PSC Office Hours: Handling BPAs & TOs during PSS Migration
Thursday, July 9, 2015 6:00:00 PM UTC - 7:00:00 PM UTC
About Office Hours: GSA's Professional Services Category - Program Management Office is launching monthly "Office Hours" to address federal customer agency questions about professional services acquisition. The “Office Hours” will focus on a variety of professional service acquisition solutions such as OASIS and OASIS Small Business, the Professional Services Schedule consolidation, Blanket Purchase Agreement evaluation factors, NAICS codes and set asides, and more. The “Office Hours” are open forum question and answer webinar sessions connecting contracting officers at federal customer agencies with GSA professional services contracting subject matter experts. Attendees can get support to their questions for finding the right solution for their complex professional services acquisition needs. This Month's Topic: Handling BPAs and Task Orders During the Transformation of the Professional Services Schedule (PSS). As part of GSA’s work to improve the Multiple Awards Schedule program and usability of its Schedules, GSA is establishing a single Schedule contract solely for professional services. This initiative will allow Federal agencies to procure complete solutions for commercial professional service requirements using one contract, instead of eight, and will position GSA to continue to improve the quality and pricing of its contracts. Do you know which schedules are affected and what happens to BPA's currently established? Are you aware of how this will change what you see in e-Library or e-Buy? This is your opportunity to access the experts leading this effort! Kathy Jocoy, Professional Services Industry Liaison and Kim McFall, Supervisory Contracting Officer for the Migrations Team will be your hosts and subject matter experts available to answer your questions and help you understand the impact to your contracting work. Sign up for the July 9th Office Hours session to ask the experts!
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