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GSA Schedule for Office Products & Services

What-is-a-GSA-ScheduleIf your company sells office products to the U.S. federal government, you may want to consider obtaining a GSA Office Products Schedule 75 Contract to streamline sales and increase opportunities. Federal agencies – domestic and overseas – purchase a wide range of office and restroom supplies from companies that hold a GSA Schedule 75 Contract. While Schedule 75 had been closed to new offers since October 2010, as of January 18, 2018, GSA is once again accepting proposals from companies looking to get a GSA Schedule 75 Contract.


GSA Schedule 75 Sales

The GSA Office Products Schedule 75 Contract can be used to sell to any federal government agency. In fiscal year 2017, government buyers spent over $300 million through Schedule 75. This number should increase over the next few fiscal years. As of January 2018, GSA is incorporating the Federal Strategic Sourcing Initiative (FSSI) Fourth Generation Office Supply Contract (OS4) into Schedule 75. However, competition under the Schedule will also increase. GSA Schedule 75 has been closed to new awards since October 2010, and was just opened up on January 18, 2018.  For more information, download our GSA Schedule 75 Sales Report.

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GSA Schedule 75 Subcategories

Below is a listing of subcategories known as Special Item Numbers (SINs) under the GSA Office Products Schedule 75 Contract. You can see in the chart below, Schedule 75 SINs are categorized as Legacy and OS4. Legacy SINs are those that are original to Schedule 75. The Enhanced, OS4 SINs were introduced in 2018 and are intended to serve as a follow-on to the Third Generation Office Supply (OS3) Contract. The products and services offered under the Legacy and OS4 SINs are the same, but OS4 SINs have additional or “enhanced” requirements. For a comparison of Legacy versus Enhanced SIN requirements, download our Schedule 75 Report.

SIN # SIN Name
75 200 (Legacy) Office Products
75 210 (Legacy) Office Services
75 85 (Legacy) Restroom Products
75 220 (OS4) Enhanced SIN for Office Products/Services
75 280 (OS4) Enhanced SIN for Overseas Office Products/Services


Get Help Obtaining a GSA Office Products Schedule 75 Contract


Federal Schedules, Inc. has been helping companies obtain and manage their GSA Schedule 75 Contracts since 1986. We can help you through each step of the process – from strategy development and proposal preparation, to GSA Schedule Contract award and post-award management. For more information, see GSA Schedule Proposal Help or Contact Us.


What types of products qualify under GSA Schedule 75

The GSA Schedule 75 Contract is appropriate for companies that offer office products commonly found in office supply stores and catalogs. Below is a sampling of products that can be sold through the GSA Schedule 75 Contract.

  • Office appliances
  • Binding and filing equipment and supplies
  • Office furniture
  • Paper, forms and toner
  • Cases and portfolios
  • Personal organizers
  • Calendars
  • Business machines
  • Shipping supplies
  • Small office items, like paperclips and notepads
  • Shredders
  • Pens, pencils and writing instruments
  • Paper products for restrooms
  • Soap and soap dispensers for restrooms