The most important thing to remember about GSA Contract modifications is that you are ensuring your contract stays compliant. Without proper modifications, your agreement will be ineligible, and you will not be able to take advantage of the trillions being spent. When is the last time you updated your GSA Contract?
Businesses like yours struggle with GSA schedule modifications every day. It is essential to have knowledge of modifications and how to apply them to your GSA Contract to continue compliance with your regulations. This article will help you understand what modifications are and how GSE can help you get them completed quickly.
GSA Contracts are designed to be living documents that change as your business develops. They should never be left alone for an extended period, and most likely, they never will be. For up to 20 years, you’ll need to make constant modifications to ensure your GSA contract is always up to speed.
While the most common changes you’ll need to make come from the office of the GSA, known as Mass Modifications, contractors can make modifications to anything from the point of contact to deleting products or services entirely. Submitting a GSA Schedule contract modification happens through the system.
Now that you know what GSA Schedule Contract modifications are, there are several different types that your company should be aware of.
Types of GSA Schedule Modifications
GSE is equipped to handle any of the changes that you may need to make to your Contract. If you know you need to modify your GSA Schedule contract, contact us now at (866) 850-1710.
The following types of modifications cover most of the changes you may need to make.
- Addition of Products or Services
- Deletion of Products or Services
- Economic Price Adjustment (EPA)
- Price Reduction
- Terms and Conditions
- Novation and Change of Name
- Mass Modification
Why Would You Need to Modify Your GSA Schedule Contract?
The number one reason companies need to modify their GSA Schedule contract is because of changes the GSA has made. The General Services Administration makes changes to its procedures, operations, and requirements constantly. These changes are called “mass modifications” that every entity on the GSA Schedule will need to keep track of. This makes being a GSA Contract holder extremely difficult.
Other modifications that the GSA themselves does not make are considered “eMods.” Reasons your firm may need to make modifications to a GSA Contract are:
- Address Change
- Contract Administrator/Point of Contact (POC) Change
- Deletion of Products/Services
- Addition of Products/Services
- Pricing Adjustments
- Terms and Condition modifications
GSE is Here to Help
Submitting modifications to your GSA contract can be time-consuming and challenging to get correct. We know how overwhelming this all can be, so our on-hand experts at GSE are prepared to help you with any type of modification and have a proven track record of getting it done quickly and efficiently.
If you have any questions or want to learn more about GSA/MAS Schedule modifications, visit our website today. GSE has decades of experience in expanding small businesses through well-kept GSA Contracts. Contact us today to get started on the modifications you need.