The logon only asked for the Duns Number and + 4, what prevents another person that knows your Duns Number with a certificate from accessing your information?
The negotiators list is crossed referenced with the certificate to ensure that only the people authorized to work on the offer are granted access.
You will have to contact your Contracting Officer to determine how long it will take them to approve your modification.
How long does a company/vendor need to be in business for before submitting an application to be put on the GSA Schedule? I heard there was a two (2) year minimum time requirement.
2 years is correct.
When the modification is rejected, you cannot edit it. You will have to create/submit a new modification.
Correction for eOffer: If the offer has not been submitted yet, you can go in and edit the negotiator list. If you have a contract and need to correct: Send a letter on company letterhead authorizing the negotiator(s) and their role (sign/no-sign) to the Central Intake Desk (email address is according to the contract schedule you are on and we can assist with this. You must ensure the name and email address given matches the digital cert exactly (spelling, punctuation, capitalization,etc.) or you will receive an error when attempting to access eMods.
To add products, go to www.eoffer.gsa.gov => sign in for contract modifications (eMods) => confirm digital certificate => enter DUNs number => select contract => select contract again => primary types – Additions => select add products => =>upload supporting documentation=>submit online.
In order to be added as an authorized negotiator, you must contact the contract officer and send a screenshot of the digital certificate to the contract officer so he or she will be able to match what is on the digital certificate. The CO will need the exact spelling and email address as your digital certificate.
Does an eOffer or eMod have to be signed and completed by the same person (digital certificate) that submitted the original transaction.
Only if no other ‘authorized to sign’ negotiator was identified/list when the eMod was created. If the negotiator information has changed, then the eOffer/eMod will have to be reset to update with the new negotiator info. Jamie it is not necessary for you to post questions here or send to the eOffer email box. They will get lost in the shuffle. If you have a questions regarding eOffer/eMod you may send them directly to me. These resources are mainly for our external users. Thanks Katanya
Contact the eTools Help Desk on 1-866-472-9114.