|General||Trade Agreements Act | IFF & Sales Reports|
|Contractors||Completing a Solicitation Proposal | No Awarded Proposals | Modifying Your Schedule Contract | Commercial Sales Practices Format | Changing Your Awarded Pricing | Managing the Required Price List | Procurement Action Lead Time and Priorities|
|Customers||FSS Related Acquisition Purchasing Programs | Open Market Waiver Request Process|
If your company does not manage an official commercial price list, or if you are only offering a small section of products, then you can provide us with a verbatim extract of your pricing document (commercial price list, Excel spreadsheets, etc.). This extract must:
2. If we make our Authorized FSS Paper Price List available on our website and update it as necessary to reflect modification to our contract are we still required to send an updated copy to each customer who has previously requested a copy?
Yes, the clause requires you to provide an updated copy of your price list to all ordering activities that previously requested one. If you opt to make your paper price list available online then you may provide the ordering activities with a link to the updated document. It is recommended that you include the web address on your price list so that the most current version is always accessible.
Additional information about the various price list requirements is available online.
It is your firm’s responsibility to ensure that you provide an updated copy to all Government agencies that previously requested it. Failure to provide an updated copy to all ordering activities could impact your firm's ability to modify its contract or receive a contract extension.
Yes, it is the contract holder’s responsibility to update the price list after a modification and distribute it to all ordering facilities that previously requested it.