GSA Subcontracting Opportunities

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July 16, 2020

Are you looking to generate more GSA sales? Power Vac America cleans HVAC systems and we offer our services on a subcontract basis to help you and your GSA customers.

GSA’S MAS CONSOLIDATION

For all of our government agency contacts, we would like to remind you that we continue to hold a General Services Administration (GSA) schedule contract. As you may know, the GSA is in the final stages of consolidating all 24 of their multiple awards schedules into one single schedule. This will make completing your projects much easier! Instead of worrying about all of the paperwork and various terms and conditions that go along with having to purchase project components piece-meal from different schedules, now you will be able to complete your project with all of the components falling under the same schedule contract (with a single set of terms and conditions).

How does this change things for us?

We offer a very specific service: HVAC system cleaning, which falls under the Facilities category. Because of the singular nature of our offerings, we have always held just one single schedule contract; since these GSA renovations are consolidating schedules, this will not create much change in operations on our end, but it will provide our clients with a much easier purchasing experience!

NOTE ABOUT SIN UPDATES AND MODIFICATIONS

In addition to the new consolidated schedule, GSA has also issued new SINs; if you are posting a RFQ on eBuy, you may use the old (legacy) SINs, which eBuy will map through the back end to the new SINs.The new SINs for our services is:

561210FAC – Facilities Maintenance and Management

If you purchase services through GSA and are interested in getting a quote for air duct cleaning, coil cleaning, or other HVAC system cleaning services, please give us a call today!

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