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Welcome to the Department of Veterans Affairs Federal Supply Schedule (FSS) Service web site! Under delegated authority by GSA, the VA manages 9 multiple award contracts for medical equipment, supply, pharmaceutical, and service Schedule programs. With over $10 billion in sales, the VA FSS Service supports the healthcare requirements of the VA and other federal government agencies by providing customers with access to over 1 million state-of-the-art commercial products and services.
Delegated authority by the General Services Administration, the VA Federal Supply Schedule (FSS) program supports the healthcare acquisition needs of the VA and other government agencies. Our program manages 9 multiple award Schedule programs for medical equipment, supplies, pharmaceuticals, and services (FSC 65, 66, and 621). With nearly 1,900 contracts and nearly $11 billion in annual sales, the VA FSS Service provides federal customers with access to over 1 million state-of-the-art commercial products and services. Search the NAC Contract Catalog Search Tool to find the product or services you need!
Like GSA Schedule contracts, the VA Schedules are indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity type contracts awarded to pre-approved vendors using full and open competition. Additionally, the FSS program negotiates firm-fixed pricing based on a commercial “most favored customer” pricing concept, including an option for economic price adjustments. All products and services are state-of-the-art and provide national/worldwide coverage.
Prospective Contractors: Are you looking to grow your business with the Federal government? Getting a VA Schedule contract is often the first step in this process. Learn about our program, and how you can become a VA Schedule contractor.
Our online resources for prospective contractors include a step-by-step walk through of the solicitation proposal submission, review, and award process. Be sure to download the Offeror Guide to the Vendor Response Document to ensure that your proposal is accurate, current, and complete!
Current Contractors: Congratulations on successfully completing the solicitation proposal review and award process! Now the real work begins…working to maximize your contract’s full potential.
Whether you’re just getting started with the VA Schedules program or are a seasoned contractor the Contractor Overview Library offers an understanding of the program from A–Z. Download today to get up to speed on the basics of the Schedule program; how to successfully complete a solicitation proposal; submit a complete request for modification form; and provide all the required components of the Commercial Sales Practices documentation.
Federal acquisitions and procurement is more than just rules and regulations. It is the process of making sound business determinations in order to receive the best products and services for the Government and its customers. The VA Federal Supply Schedule program supports the healthcare acquisition requirements of the VA and other federal government agencies (OGA). The VA is delegated authority by GSA (see FAR 8.402(a)) for multiple award contracts for medical equipment, supply, pharmaceutical, and service Schedule programs. Federal agencies, including those in remote and overseas locations, can use the VA Schedules program to simplify the acquisition and procurement process while also effecting shorter lead times, affording lower administrative costs, and promoting reduced inventories.
Our online resources walk you through the rules and regulations ordering activities must follow when placing an order against a VA Schedule contract and serve to assist you in developing efficient acquisition strategies by harnessing the limitless benefits of the VA Federal Supply Schedule Program.
Veterans Benefits, Health Care, and Information Technology Act of 2006provides VA with unique authority for contracting with Service–Disabled Veteran–Owned Small Business and Veteran–Owned Small Business. In order to qualify for participation in the VA Veterans First Contracting Program, eligible business owners must first be verified.