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GSA Star Mark Logo Policy

These GSA logos are available for customers and vendors by request. The GSA Advantage, GSA Contract, and GSA Schedule logos are the only logos approved for use by GSA contractors.

Use of these designs does not eliminate the requirements that a contractor comply with the provisions of the General Services Administration Acquisition Regulation (GSAR) clause 552.203-71, Restrictions on Advertising. It is appropriate to use the designs in an advertisement directed to federal government contract users, provided that the advertisement does not state or imply that the product or service is endorsed or preferred by the government.

Requesting Logos or Resolving Problems

To request a file shown on this page or if you have questions or problems, please contact Andy Black by email at or by telephone at (202) 236-3560. Please include your name and telephone number in the body of any email messages you send.

GSA Advantage! Logos

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GSA Contract Holder Logos

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GSA Schedule Logos

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GSA SmartPay Cards

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Different File Formats

The files on this page can be provided in several different file formats

Vector-based files: These are EPS ("encapsulated postscript") files that will retain high resolution at any size. They will give you the best results and are good for use in all types of products (i.e., brochures, flyers, booklets, posters, reports, banners, exhibits).

EPS files can be opened with applications, such as Adobe Illustrator or other Macintosh and Windows applications that allow the editing of EPS files or can also be imported into documents that support EPS files, such as Adobe InDesign, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Powerpoint, and others. They can be resized after being imported.

Raster-based files: These files are made up out of pixels. When enlarged, they will begin to lose resolution and may look “jaggy.” Raster-based files include JPEG, TIFF, and PNG formats which can be provided in high, medium or low resolutions.


Full Color vs White (Reverse) Logo Versions

The logos on this page are offered in color and all white versions. Full color versions are preferred over the white versions. The white versions (also know as reverse versions) are intended for use on dark backgrounds that offer enough contrast for the logo to clearly legible. Full Color versions should always be displayed on a white background.


Questions or Problems

If you are having problems opening the files you have downloaded, try launching the application that you want the graphic to open in first and then open the graphic file from within the application. Then use the "Save As" command and replace the file.

If you continue to run into problems, still have questions, or you need a type of file that is not found on this page, please contact Andy Black by e-mail at or by telephone at (202) 501-3554. Please include your name and telephone number in the body of any e-mail messages you send.

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