Sell through MAS Information Technology
MAS Information Technology is one of the larger contracts in the federal government. Agencies use it to buy technology products and services.
What does it mean to be a MAS Information Technology contract holder?
You apply to GSA to be added to MAS Information Technology. Customer agencies then use that MAS Information Technology list to fulfill their IT products and services needs.
Over 80 percent of MAS Information Technology suppliers are small businesses.
You offer federal, state, local, and tribal government the same products/services that you already offer to your commercial customers.
The MAS Information Technology contract is not a traditional contract. Just because you have the contract does not mean you automatically get business.
What it does do is give you the opportunity to sell to the government. You still have to market.
How To Become a MAS Information Technology Contract Holder
- MAS Information Technology Roadmap -- receive step-by-step instructions and resources for completing your MAS Information Technology offer.
- FASt Lane -- learn how qualified suppliers can get on schedule in as little as 45 days.
- Startup Springboard -- companies with less than two years' corporate experience can get on MAS Information Technology.
Resources for Current MAS Information Technology Contract Holders
- Contract Compliance -- learn how to maintain your contract
- Contract Modifications -- use our eOffer/eMod system to modify your contract's pricing and/or terms and conditions
- FASt Lane -- decrease the time it takes to modify your contract
- Marketing Your Contract -- learn how to promote your business to potential government customers
FAQs for Industry Partners
Check out the most Frequently Asked Questions page for our Industry partners.