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Remain up to date with news regarding GSA's new Sales Reporting Portal

The GSA has begun the process of phasing out the 72A Sales Reporting System in order to make way for the Federal Acquisition Service (FAS) Sales Reporting Portal (SRP). Starting April 1st, the sales adjustment and closeout sales functionalities of the 72A Sales Reporting System were disabled in order to ensure that GSA may more easily migrate historical sales data to the FAS SRP. If any sales adjustments or closeout actions need to take place, these must now wait until all data has been migrated to the FAS SRP. GSA estimates that this process will take until the end of July 2019. Make sure to stay alert for any GSA emails so that you don't miss out on any critical sales reporting news! 

Critical information

The website's decommission date set for June 13, 2019

The GSA recently announced that Wage Determinations ( will be decommissioned on June 13, 2019 and transition over to Along with all of the old features from the website, will offer its users several new features, such as a Learning Center for training information, a Quickstart Guide as well as a WD Transitional Video. is the third out of a total of ten websites that either have or will be decommissioned and transitioned over to the website. It will be important to understand that once these sites have been transitioned over to the site, the legacy IP addresses will become obsolete. If you have any questions on the timeline of the transition or how this may affect your GSA contract, feel free to review the impending updates here.

Emerging business opportunities
  • NOAA Mission IT Services (NMITS)
    • In This is a potential $2.5 billion small business set-aside opportunity for Schedule 70 Information Technology contractors. The Request for Proposal has an estimated release date between April and May of 2019. Interested contractors seeking more information on NOAA NMITS release and requirements should check out the Federal Business Opportunities' posting.
  • Wireless Mobility Solutions 
    • GSA has enhanced Special Item Number 132-53 (Wireless Mobility Solutions), to broaden the scope of wireless mobility solutions available for purchase under the SIN. The new SIN will replace the expiring Federal Strategic Sourcing Initiative (FSSI) wireless BPA. SIN 132-53 includes eleven (11) new service categories that can be found on GSA eLibrary. Each year, the U.S. government spends close to $1 billion on wireless carrier services, so this new SIN represents a huge new opportunity for wireless mobility solutions providers.
Frequently asked questions

What is the difference between a Contractor Assessment Visit (CAV) and an Office of the Inspector General (OIG) Audit?

A CAV is an assessment conducted annually by a contractor's Industrial Operations Analyst (IOA). The IOA can request documents such as invoices, previous IFF reports, company sales data, GSA Purchase Orders as well as contract documents such as the Final Proposal Revision or SF30s from awarded modifications, commercial sales practices documents, etc. OIG Audits have a much larger scope as well as the authority to subpoena all company records. These audits are normally conducted for contractors who produce large amount of sales through their GSA contract.

How do I qualify for FASt Lane?

The government prioritizes acquisitions to procure innovative solutions and technology through programs like FASt Lane. FASt Lane can help expedite the contract award or modification award process, but there are several defining factors that will qualify an offering under the program. A FASt Lane modification could be awarded in as little as 48 hours, and a contract could be awarded in just a few months. Click here for information on GSA FASt Lane to see if your offering qualifies.

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