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Consolidated Schedule

The General Services Administration (GSA) Multiple Award Schedule (MAS) Contract was released on October 1, 2019. You may hear the contract referred to as the Consolidated GSA Schedule. That’s because the GSA MAS Contract incorporates the products and services formerly offered under 24 individual GSA Schedules.

The New, Consolidated GSA Multiple Award Schedule

The GSA MAS Contract is broken down into 12 large categories, 83 subcategories, and approximately
316 Special Item Numbers (SINs). In order to obtain a GSA MAS Contract, your products or services must
fit within one of the SIN designations. Click on the categories below to see the subcategories available
under each. You can also expand each subcategory to view the SINs available.

12

Large Categories

83

Subcategories

316

Special Item Numbers (SINs)

  • Large Category
  • Subcategories
  • SINs
Category A
Office Management
11
39
Category B
Facilities
6
26
Category C
Furniture & Furnishings
9
37
Category D
Human Capital
5
16
Category E
Industrial Products & Services
9
43
Category F
Information Technology
7
21
Category G
Miscellaneous
6
13
Category H
Professional Services
10
41
Category I
Scientific Management & Solutions
6
15
Category J
Security & Protection
6
27
Category K
Transportation & Logistics Services
5
31
Category L
Travel
3
6

Need Help Obtaining a
GSA MAS Contract?

FEDSched has been helping companies obtain and manage their GSA Schedule Contracts through more than 30 years of changes at GSA. We’ve been following the the consolidated GSA Schedule since GSA made the first announcement, and our team is up to speed on the new solicitation.

Contact us to discuss how we can help your company obtain the new MAS Contract.

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