When purchasing protective services (i.e., guard services, alarm monitors, court security officers, canine handlers, etc.), rates published on the GSA MAS contract reflect a single, not-to-exceed, nation-wide, ceiling rate for the vendor. This means that the vendor is able to work anywhere in the scope of their contract (which is typically at least “domestic”, meaning the 50 states, D.C., and the U.S. territories) and their rate should absorb any applicable WD in the GSA MAS contract. Vendors may and should propose lower rates based on any applicable Scope of Work/Performance Work Statement or your particular requirements.
Security and Protection FAQs:
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