MRFS provides fast delivery. low minimum orders, and verified cost savings when you buy. Find the products you need now at GSA Advantage!®or browse our website. The Maintenance Repair Facility Supplies (MRFS) purchasing channel has been designated
Best-in-Class (BIC) by OMB.
The benefits of MRFS include:
- Customers may use GSA SmartPay® or government purchase card
- Destination pricing: All orders are Freight on Board Destination
- Full offering available on GSA Advantage!® and DoD FedMall
- If order exceeds Micro-Purchase Threshold (MPT), must be competitively solicited following FAR 8.4
- Spend data from contractors enhances transparency and enables agencies to better manage expenditures and measure cost savings enhances transparency and enables agencies to better manage expenditures and measure cost savings
- Low or No Minimum Orders. Minimum order threshold of $25 with no processing fee; minimum order threshold of $0 but an additional fee applies, ranging from no additional fee to $18.00 additional fee, with an average fee of $7.82 across all contractors
- Multiple ordering platforms: Contractor websites, phone, or fax
- Order directly from BPA holder for below minimum orders and expedited shipping orders, fees may apply
- Order status and tracking provided for all orders regardless of ordering platform
- Standard delivery CONUS is six business days with expedited delivery options (for a fee)
Using MRFS serves our customers by offering:
- Convenient, one-stop shopping
- Prompt and cost-effective shipping
- Transactional data provided to our customers
- Uniform pricing and less product duplication
Spend more, save more. Additional tier discounts are triggered when spend thresholds reach pre-negotiated levels with BPA holders. These apply when governmentwide cumulative thresholds are reached on an aggregate spend per contractor.
More Ordering Information
Agencies can order products and access pricing through GSA Advantage!®, FedMall, our customer website, or by contacting us directly.
Purchases for MRFS products are made by using the federal SmartPay® 3, government purchase card, or purchase order.
GSA’s Disaster Purchasing Program allows state and local governments to buy supplies and services directly from all GSA Schedules to facilitate recovery from major disaster or facilitate disaster preparation and response. See State and Local Disaster Purchasing for more details for how to order if you are a state or local entity.
The MRFS blanket purchase agreements was awarded under Multiple Awards Schedule (MAS) 51V.
The MRFS Purchasing Channel is a strategic sourcing and category management solution created to streamline the process of purchasing maintenance, repair, janitorial, and sanitation products governmentwide.
The MRFS solution offers agencies a better way to purchase commonly used products. These are staples needed on a daily basis when working on aircraft and vehicles, or even making repairs.
MRFS has a broad range of items available that include, but are not limited to:
- Hardware, Tool and Tool Cabinets, and Paints sealants and Adhesives
- Hand and power tools
- Tool cabinets
- Hoses and valves
- Paint brushes, Safety equipment
- Portable generators
- Cleaning Compounds and Related dispensers
- Non-Motorized Cleaning Equipment and Trash Receptacles
- Paper Products and Related Dispenser
- Motorized Floor Cleaning Equipment and Accessories
- Glass cleaners
- Laundry and dish detergents
- Hand soaps and sanitizers
- Trash receptacles and bags
- Toilet paper
- Paper towels
- Facial tissues
- Seat liners
- Vacuum cleaners
- Wet/dry vacs
- Floor buffers polishers and burnishers
The MRFS Purchasing Channel makes it easier for agencies across government to buy these types of commodities. Purchases from this solution allow customers to comply with the following regulations/mandates:
- All contractors are AbilityOne-authorized distributors
- Diverse socio-economic Contractor pool maintained
- Products are Trade Agreement Act compliant; an
- Sustainable features including WaterSense, Energy Star and more
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