GSA Office relocation sin is Relocating

Navigate changes in GSA office relocation services with Blackfyre's expert GSA schedule consulting – your reliable guide in managing the transition smoothly.

Title: GSA Office relocation SIN is Relocating

Blackfyre, a distinguished leader in GSA Federal Schedule Consulting, is about to open a new chapter. We want to bring to light the recent announcement from the General Services Administration about a significant transformation. They are transferring their office services from GSA Transportation Schedule 48 to GSA Comprehensive Furniture Management Services (CFMS) Schedule 71 II K. As a company committed to providing reliable GSA schedule assistance and consultancy, we aim to guide businesses through these changes seamlessly. Here are some key facts you need to know:

1. The Shift in Office Relocation Services:

In a bid to streamline services, the Office Relocation Special Item Number (SIN) 653-8 is transitioning from Schedule 48 to become part of SIN 712-3 under Schedule 71 II K. This process is a part of the GSA's ongoing efforts to ensure that similar services are grouped under suitable schedules.

2. Renaming of SIN 712-3:

The GSA has thoughtfully renamed SIN 712-3 as "Office Relocation/Reconfiguration Management Solutions". This alteration enhances its representation, covering all the services included under this SIN comprehensively.

3. Impact on Non-Office Related Relocation Services:

Intriguingly, non-office related relocation services, including SIN 653-1: Relocation Service Package and SIN 653-3: Relocation Software, Technology Tools, Services, are set to remain on Schedule 48. This strategy ensures that specialized relocation services continue to be available to government agencies through valid channels.

4. Impact on Companies:

The shift of the SIN will affect different companies indifferent ways, depending on their current contract.

  • Companies with services under Schedule 71 II K, SIN 712-3: You will only need to accept the mass modification when Schedule 71 II K is refreshed, with other effects being minimal.
  • Companies with services under Schedule 48, SIN 653-8: You will have to submit a modification to remove SIN 653-8 and accept SIN 712-3 after the "lift and shift" of your contract to Schedule 71 II K.
  • Companies offering multiple services under Schedule 48: If your services extend to SIN 653-8 alongside other SINs under Schedule 48, you will have to submit a new proposal for Schedule 71 II K to keep offering office relocation services.

5. Timeline and Actions Required:

The GSA is determined to make the relocation of contracts effective by July 1, 2018. Those impacted will then have until September 29, 2018, to submit the required modification. If you need to submit a new proposal for Schedule 71 II K, it's of paramount importance to commence this process promptly to avoid any disruption to services.

6. Blackfyre's Commitment:

At Blackfyre, as your esteemed GSA schedule consulting partner, we're keen on assisting you in navigating these changes smoothly. Our team of top GSA consultants is ready to walk you through the "lift and shift" modification or the new Schedule 71 II K proposal. We are set to provide you with comprehensive support — from understanding the new requirements to successfully managing the transition.

In conclusion, the decision by the GSA to relocate the Office Relocation SIN is an impactful change and requires due attention and action from affected companies. Here at Blackfyre, we're committed to ensuring a smooth transition for you, leveraging our in-depth knowledge in federal supply schedule consulting services in the process. Contact us today for the best GSA Schedule Consulting services and let us assist you with your specific needs during this transition period. Led by a former GSA Schedule Reviewer, let us offer you the best there is.

Pedro has extensive background as a Contracting Officer and Contract Specialist, has worked across seven federal agencies, managing contracts totaling over $1 billion in the professional and tech sectors. His notable tenure includes serving with the DoD/DARPA during the inception of their robotics program. Additionally, he played a pivotal role in initiating the Cyber Special Item Number (SIN) within the GSA's IT Schedule 70 as a Team Lead. After graduating from Harvard, he started Blackfyre to help you win your next contract.

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