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How to Change Company Information
GSA eLibrary displays the current information GSA has recorded for any company currently on Schedule. If any of the information is incorrect, please follow the appropriate correction procedures below:
To correct the company name and address - The addresses shown on GSA eLibrary reflect the information recorded in the Centralized Contractor Registry (CCR). Also, the information in CCR is valid for only a year, so it is incumbent upon the company to renew and update its information on a regular basis. The GSA contracting officer must be made aware of any address or name changes. If the address or company name is incorrect on GSA eLibrary, please:
1. Correct the address at Dun & Bradstreet - (800) 234-3867.
2. Correct the address on the Central Contractor Registration.
3. Contact the GSA contracting officer and alert them on the new address changes. These officer's numbers can be found under Financial and Business Solutions for those contractors who hold contracts under this Schedule.
To correct telephone numbers - Contact the GSA contracting officer if the telephone number is incorrect.
To correct point of contact information - Contact the GSA contracting officer if the point-of- contact for a company has changed, and update the information on the Central Contractor Registration website.
To correct individual email or web address - The email and web address shown on GSA eLibrary comes from two possible sources, the GSAAdvantage!® Catalog file (if the company's catalog is online) or GSA's legacy system (if the company's catalog is not yet online). If the company's catalog is online, the company must submit a new catalog file and corrected text file to update to correct email or web addresses and contact the contracting officer of the correction or change so they can update the legacy database. If the company's catalog is not online, contact the appropriate GSA contracting officer.
The Centralized Contractor Registry (CCR) is being incorporated into the new System for Award Management (SAM). SAM is intended to replace CCR, FedReg, ORCA, and EPLS.