Guide to Preparing a MAS Offer
This guide helps new offerors understand how to submit an offer to sell commercial products and services under the Multiple Award Schedules (MAS), also known as the Federal Supply Schedules, or GSA Schedules Program.
In order to be considered for a MAS contract, you will need to provide accurate and complete information that describes your company, your experience, and your commercial products and services. The following information outlines the process:
- Offers are completed and submitted through the eOffer/eMod system and received by a GSA contracting representative who will review and evaluate your offer.
- GSA strives to award offers efficiently and effectively. Comprehensive review, potential negotiations, and award may take up to 12 months.
- Complete, well documented offers with competitive pricing are easier and faster to review.
- Receipt of a contract does not guarantee your company will receive orders. You still need to market your business -- the “Sell” section of this guide provides more information.
The following pages provide a RoadMap through the offer process. These are the steps you’ll take to create and submit an offer under MAS. Please utilize the links below for more information during your offer submission process.
Look for these icons as you move through the guide to help you identify next steps and more information needed to complete each activity.
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