Changes SAM.gov users can expect after May 24 include but are not limited to the following.
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With the GSA seeking to streamline Phase 3 processes, many schedule holders have received unilateral modifications with a new CS/CO assigned to their contract(s).
GSA has officially moved into Phase 3 of MAS Consolidation in August 2020. This requires contractors with multiple MAS contracts to consolidate down to one contract per Unique Entity Identifier.
If you are a product vendor on GSA schedule, please be aware that GSA recently conducted a review of electronic catalogs on GSA Advantage.
The SBA has issued a new round of Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) assistance – called Supplemental Targeted Advances.
An update has been issued by the The Internal Revenue Service and the Treasury Department offering additional credits under the American Rescue Plan to help small businesses, including providing paid leave for employees receiving COVID-19 vaccinations.
The GSA has issued a temporary waiver of certain MAS solicitation requirements to support the government’s response to COVID-19. This is especially relevant to vendors who already have a schedule, and are seeking to add SINs to expand their offerings.
GSA reduces the burden of renewal for schedule holders by granting 180-day extension for SAM.gov registrations with expiration dates ranging from 4/1-9/30
April 1, 2021, GSA removes legacy categories/SINs from the GSA eBuy seller profile page. Only those listed as POCs can login to GSA eBuy.
Effective November 30, 2020, GSA will implement DocuSign to digitally sign documents. Read more for details.