Webinar

GSA Multiple-Award Schedules (MAS) Consolidation

October 30, 2019 | 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM

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GSA’s Multiple Award Schedules (MAS), which totaled $31 billion in fiscal 2018, are in the midst of a major overhaul that will convert 24 different categories of Schedules into 1. Join Bloomberg Government and representatives from the General Services Administration (GSA) for a webinar to discuss upcoming changes on October 30 at 2 pm.

Topics will include:

  • An overview of the consolidation plans, including status updates of the three-phase plan
  • Who and what is impacted based on completed offers submitted to GSA
  • MAS consolidation structure and subcategory framework
  • Data reporting and compliance with category management
  • Future plans included in phases two and three

Featured Speakers:

Dan Snyder
Stephanie Shutt

Speakers

Dan-Snyder

Dan Snyder
Director, Government Contracts Analysis

Dan Snyder is Bloomberg Government’s director of government contracting analysis. He specializes in identifying the largest contracts in the government market and advising clients on custom research engagements. Prior to joining Bloomberg, he served as an analyst focusing on GSA/VA Federal Supply Schedule consulting. He holds an undergraduate degree in political science from Siena College and Masters in Business Administration and an M.S. in government contracts at The George Washington University. Follow me @DanielSnyder22
Stephanie Shutt Headshot

Stephanie Shutt
Director, Multiple Award Schedule Program Management Office

Stephanie Shutt is the Director of GSA’s Multiple Award Schedule Program Management Office for the General Services Administration. Ms. Shutt is responsible for overseeing the agency's $30 billion schedule program. Ms. Shutt ensures GSA’s Schedule program addresses current market forces and provides a streamlined, value-based contracting solution. She is also responsible for the MAS transformation effort to consolidate the 24 separate schedules into a single schedule by 2020. Ms. Shutt has a Bachelor of Science in mathematics and statistics from Utah State University.
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