Multiple Award Schedule
The Federal Supply Schedule program includes the Multiple Award Schedule (MAS) and the Department of Veterans Affairs Schedules. The VA has delegated authority [PDF - 1 MB] from GSA to establish Federal Supply Schedules for medical products and services. More information about the VA FSS Program is available here.
Under the MAS Program, GSA issues long-term governmentwide contracts that provide federal, state, and local government buyers access to commercial products, services and solutions at pre negotiated pricing. The GSA Schedule is structured to support the 12 large categories established by OMB under the category management approach of smarter buying. The Schedule is further divided into subcategories and Special Item Numbers, or SINs, that are aligned to NAICS codes to simplify the process for buyers and sellers to understand the scope of GSA’s offerings and find what the products and services they are looking to buy or offer.
The MAS Program supports GSA's Federal Marketplace strategy of modernizing and simplifying the buying and selling experience for all stakeholders. Visit the FMP page for more information and resources.
North American Industry Classification System
Specific supply and service subcategories within schedules. For the Information Technology Category, a SIN might be new equipment or cloud services.
Long-term governmentwide contracts with commercial firms providing federal, state, and local government buyers access to more than 11 million commercial products and services at volume discount pricing. Also called multiple award schedule or federal supply schedules.
For buyers, MAS saves your agency time and money.
For industry, MAS is your direct link to the government contracting community.