• Changes to GSA Schedule Benefit Information Technology Companies
  • July 29, 2003 | Author: David M. Nadler
  • Law Firm: Dickstein Shapiro LLP - Washington Office
  • The General Services Administration ("GSA") Federal Supply Service Schedule is one of the Government's primary purchasing vehicles for information technology ("IT") products and services. Indeed, in Fiscal Year ("FY") 2001, the Government purchased $11.2 billion of IT under the GSA Schedule, which marked a 21% increase over FY 2000, and $14 billion is projected for FY 2002. The recent revision to the Economic Price Adjustment ("EPA") clause in the GSA Schedule offers increased flexibility and greater price stability for contractors selling services under the GSA Schedule.