How do I Get Access to eBuy?

How do I Get Access to eBuy?

Government contracts acquired through the GSA schedule generate roughly $45 billion, annually.

The GSA eBuy is intended for GSA contractors to bid on government contracts. These contracts are available to all types of vendors; non-profits, educational institutions, as well as regular businesses across the board.

You may use the following guide to get detailed instructions on getting the most out of your eBuy.

Check if you Qualify to be a GSA Contractor

eBuy Login: How do I Get Access to eBuy?

The eBuy is intended for federal buyers to publish solicitations for the various products and services they may have a need for, in an  RFQ format(Request for Quotation), as well as for potential vendors to respond to such RFQs.

RFQs are posted within all segments, including the Schedule and Technology contracts, i.e Schedule 50 (Information Technology), GWAC, and Network Services and Telecommunications.

Each RFQ is assigned to a GSA Schedule Special Item Number (SIN) category or GWAC or Network Services and Telecommunications functional category by the buyer, and it is then posted in the eBuy system for a specific period of time. Who can get the email notice to submit estimates from Schedule, GWAC, or Network Services and Telecommunications contractors or dealers is determined by the category assignment. Sellers are automatically grouped according to the SINs or functional categories that have been allocated to them.

When using GSA Schedules, buyers can opt to notify all vendors listed under a given SIN category or a smaller selection of merchants. Buyers must issue the RFQ to at least three Schedule contractors for orders exceeding the micro-purchase threshold, according to Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) 8.405 for orders exceeding the micro-purchase threshold. Sellers that haven’t been contacted yet can still submit an RFQ quote using their given SINs.

The eBuy is intended for federal buyers to publish solicitations for the various products and services they may have a need for, in an  RFQ format(Request for Quotation), as well as for potential vendors to respond to such RFQs.

RFQs are posted within all segments, including the Schedule and Technology contracts, i.e Schedule 50 (Information Technology), GWAC, and Network Services and Telecommunications.

Each RFQ is assigned to a GSA Schedule Special Item Number (SIN) category or GWAC or Network Services and Telecommunications functional category by the buyer, and it is then posted in the eBuy system for a specific period of time. Who can get the email notice to submit estimates from Schedule, GWAC, or Network Services and Telecommunications contractors or dealers is determined by the category assignment. Sellers are automatically grouped according to the SINs or functional categories that have been allocated to them.

When using GSA Schedules, buyers can opt to notify all vendors listed under a given SIN category or a smaller selection of merchants. Buyers must issue the RFQ to at least three Schedule contractors for orders exceeding the micro-purchase threshold, according to Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) 8.405 for orders exceeding the micro-purchase threshold. Sellers that haven’t been contacted yet can still submit an RFQ quote using their given SINs.

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