General Overview of GSA MAS Schedule
GSA Schedules (also referred to and Multiple Award Schedules (MAS) are long-term government wide contracts with commercial firms providing federal, state, and local government buyers access to more than 11 million commercial supplies (products) and services at volume discount pricing.
MAS Consolidation is one of the four cornerstone Initiatives of GSA’s Federal Marketplace (FMP) strategy, GSA’s plan to modernize and simplify the buying and selling experience for customers, suppliers, and acquisition professionals. GSA’s new single Schedule solicitation features a simplified format with streamlined terms and conditions, new large categories and sub-categories, and updated Special Item Numbers (SINs) that will make it easier for contractors to offer, and agency partners to buy, products, services, and solutions.
As a GSA MAS Schedule holder, EML offers several SINs under the large category of Facilities. This Multiple Award Schedule provides federal agencies a streamlined procurement device to acquire all of the services necessary to maintain and manage a facility.
SINS provided under EML’s GSA MAS Schedule Contract
Each GSA Schedule is composed of Special Item Numbers (SINs). It is a categorization method that groups similar products, services, and solutions together to aid in the acquisition process.
Schedules are Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contracts that provide for an indefinite quantity of supplies and services during a fixed period of time. They help streamline the contract process and speed service delivery.
EML provides services under the following SINs
561210FAC – Complete Facilities Maintenance and Management
561730 – Grounds Maintenance
325320 – Pest and Animal Control Products & Services
ANCILLARY – Ancillary Supplies and Services
ANCRA – Ancillary Repair and Alteration
OLM – Order-Level Materials
Business Type: Small Business
Contract Period: July 31, 2012 to July 30, 2032 (If all Options exercised)
Contractor Key Personnel POC information
What our customers are saying about us
The EML crew continues to work hard and find cost savings during the buildings downtown. We have seen a huge drop in our energy baseline and should continue to see that for a while. I don’t know for sure, but I imagine this problem has been here from the time the building reopened in 2012. The team we have now are fixing problems that the prior contractor never found.
EML always supported their field personnel by providing all the tools and support needed. If there was ever an issue, they immediately responded with support and assistance.
The quality of service is top notch and consistently exceeds expectations. The push towards excellence is being applied to not only the work performed, but also proactively identifying other areas that could benefit from this standard of care.
To the Professionals of EML, I want to thank you for making Naval Air Station Whiting Field the absolute best-looking base in the United States Navy. Your hard work to maintain the grounds (especially the split rail/ponderosa fence) and keeping our building fully mission capable has not gone unnoticed. Your efforts make my base better!
The support of EML and your staff over the past eight years has made the Museum of the Marine Corps a showplace for Marines, their families and visitors.