The General Services Administration (GSA) is considering adding cost-reimbursable options to its supply schedules, according to a top agency official.
Tom Sharpe, the commissioner of GSA’s Federal Acquisition Service, said in a statement to Federal Times that the agency is conducting an assessment on “a wide array of issues, and will not be a short-term action.”
He added that GSA’s planned OASIS contract vehicle for professional services will offer a cost-reimbursable option available to agencies, and GSA plans to award the contract soon.
Contracts on the GSA federal supply schedules currently use time-and-materials and fixed-price pricing terms.
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