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The GSA MOBIS Federal Supply Schedule offers Federal agencies a streamlined procurement vehicle for obtaining services and products for the implementation of business improvement, quality management, and other related system change processes.
Download TeAM's complete GSA MOBIS Schedule.
GSA MOBIS Schedule (PDF)
Authorized users of the GSA MOBIS Schedule include:
With the emphasis on reinventing, reducing bureaucracy, rewarding innovation, and improving customer service, it is important for your agency to have access to management, organizational, and business improvement services. The GSA MOBIS Schedule can be used to conduct a wide range of services focused on improving the performance of Federal agencies. Examples of services that can be provided include, but are not limited to:
GSA's streamlined ordering procedures have reduced the tedious, time-consuming government procurement process to a few simple steps. GSA has accomplished this by pre-qualifying vendors to perform a wide range of services. GSA has reviewed vendor qualifications, capabilities, and cost schedules in advance of the need for services, and identified these vendors, by type of service, on its Advantage! website. This approval is valid for all organizations in the federal government and other governmental agencies, and the entire process can be completed in as little as a few weeks.
To obtain GSA MOBIS Schedule services and products, you work directly with TeAM. Use the following simplified procedure for placing an order:
Prepare the Statement of Work (SOW) that addresses work to be accomplished, deliverables, period of performance, and other applicable requirements.
Issue a Request for Proposal (RFP) to three approved GSA MOBIS vendors. The vendors submit their proposals, or a "no bid" response to your contracting organization.
Conduct a review and select the best value contractor.
Place a delivery order directly with the selected contractor.
If desired, GSA Regional Offices are available to assist you during the procurement process under a fee-for-service arrangement, but GSA is not required to be involved in any of the steps outlined above.