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Can state or local government grantees purchase from GSA Schedules? If state or local governments themselves receive grant money, can they use these funds to purchase products and services from GSA Schedules?

Under Disaster Recovery Purchasing, only state and local government entities, as defined in General Services Administration Acquisition Manual (GSAM) 538.7001, are eligible to purchase from …

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BPA FAQs

Is the IFF applicable to sales under a MAS based Blanket Purchase Agreement (BPA)?

Yes. BPAs are agreements under the Federal Supply Schedule contract. Therefore, all sales on the BPA are contract sales and should be reported as such.

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arra faqa

How does Recovery.gov differ from USASpending.gov?

Recovery.gov tracks only the targeted investments allocated by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. USASpending.gov collects data about all types of contracts, grants, loans, and …

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gsa faqs

How is contract sales reporting accomplished?

The contractor must have Internet connectivity and access to a web browser to submit sales reports electronically. The first step is to register with the …

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HUBZone FAQs

What is the HUBZone Empowerment Contracting Program?

The HUBZone Empowerment Contracting Program stimulates economic development and creates jobs in urban and rural communities by providing Federal contracting preferences to small businesses. These …

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Digital faqs

How much does the Digital Certificate Cost? How does a Company Pay for it (Credit Card, Check…)? What is the processing time after payment? Does the Certificate have an expiration date?

The digital certificate ranges between $90 and $119 bepending on the vendor you choose to use. There are several methods of payment which depend on …

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