GSA Proposed FAR Class Deviation on EULAs is Good First Step

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In an effort to minimize the complexity of incorporating commercial end user license agreements (EULAs) into multiple award schedule contracts, the General Services Administration (GSA) is seeking to create a deviation from the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) that will essentially allow the agency to give greater consideration to commercial terms.

GSA is proposing major changes as to how to handle Commercial Supplier Agreement terms. The GSA’s Office of Acquisition Policy (OAP) published a Federal Register notice March 20 to issue a class deviation to address Commercial Supplier Agreement terms for federal contractors (80 Fed. Reg. 15011). The proposed deviation would request …read more

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