GSA Multiple Award Schedule – Contract #47QRAA19D005G
The GSA Multiple Award Schedules (MAS) were created to provide a fast, cost-effective way for federal agencies to hire contractors. Agencies compare and select from the GSA list of pre-qualified contractors whose pricing has already been found to be fair and reasonable. You can be assured that your procurements, under this schedule, will meet the best value criteria for Government acquisitions, complying fully with all applicable regulations.
EA’s MAS offers our clients a full range of Environmental Services under the following Professional Services Schedule subcategory Special Item Numbers (SINs):
- Order Level Materials (OLM)
- 541370GIS – Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Services
- 541620 – Environmental Consulting Services
- 562910REM – Environmental Remediation Services
- 611430 – Professional and Management Development Training.
EA’s contract is valid for a period of 5 years, with three 5‑year renewal options.
GSA Multiple Award Schedule Contact Information
Download the Authorized Multiple Award Schedule Catalog and Price List for EA’s Environmental Services here – GSA eLibrary®.
For additional information, please contact:
Brian Lesinski, CPEA, EMS-LA, Senior Vice President, National Service Line Program Manager
GSA Program Manager
Direct Line: 401-287-0367
Advantages of using the GSA Multiple Award Schedule:
- Fast, simple ordering process
- Reduced administrative costs and time for acquisition (GSA fee of 0.75% built in to approved rates)
- No maximum contract values
- Best available rates through combining services
- Ability to establish Blanket Purchase Agreements (for recurring tasks)
- Multi-year IDIQ contract
- Labor Hour and/or Firm Fixed Price Task Orders allowed
- Direct contractor/customer relationship.
Who Can Use this Contract?
- All federal agencies including the executive, legislative, and judicial branches; including the District of Columbia
- Government contractors authorized in writing by a federal agency pursuant to CFR 51.1
- Mixed-ownership government corporations such as the U.S. Postal Service
- State and local government entities to procure services through the schedule for disaster response and recovery activities.
How to Procure EA’s Services through the Schedule
Standard Operating Procedure, but varies upon customer requirements:
- For orders up to $2,500 (micro-purchase threshold), develop a Scope of Work, select the contractor (from list of GSA-qualified contractors) best suited to your needs, and have your contracts office place the order directly with the contractor.
- For orders >$2,500 but <$1,000,000 (maximum order threshold), develop a performance-based or level of effort Scope of Work, prepare a request for quotes (RFQ), submit the RFQ (via contracts office) to three GSA-qualified contractors, evaluate quotes based on agency-developed best value selection criteria, and choose contractor whose quote provides best value.
- For orders >$1,000,000, same procedure as Item 2 above with following exception: RFQ must be submitted to more than three contractors.
Alternative Procedures – Request a Quote or Select a GSA Pre-Qualified Contractor by:
- Emailing or faxing RFQ to approved contractors
- Conducting internal desk audits of three GSA pre-qualified contractors
- Soliciting services via GSA’s e-Business innovation, eBuy, an electronic RFQ/Request for Proposal (RFP) system designed to allow government buyers to request information, find sources, and prepare RFQs/RFPs, online, for millions of services and products offered through GSA’s MAS Contracts. Government buyers can use eBuy to obtain quotes or proposals for services, large quantity purchases, big ticket items, and purchases with complex requirements GSA eBuy®.