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CMAS
The CMAS (California Multiple Award Schedule) Program uses existing competitively awarded government contracts to create the basis for the procurement needs of the State of California. To be considered for the CMAS Program, an existing contract must be awarded by the Federal Government or any other governmental entity in any state and awarded using a competitive process.

In addition, all businesses wishes to do business with the state must be registered with the Secretary of State at www.sos.ca.gov.

The majority of CMAS contracts are created from existing GSA (General Service Administration) Contracts. GSA awards contracts by competitive procurement procedures for more than 50 schedules that cover multiple industries.

If your company has an existing GSA Contract, then it makes it that much easier to obtain a CMAS Contract from the State of California. If your company does not have a GSA Contract in place, DCCI can help you.

CMAS does not require your company to have your own GSA Contract to obtain a CMAS Contract. Contractors can use GSA Contracts of other contractors to create basis for their CMAS contract as long as you can find another contractor that is similar in nature to their business with acceptable rates.


TXMAS

The TXMAS (Texas Multiple Award Schedule) Program adapts existing competitively awarded government contracts to the procurement needs of the State of Texas. To be considered for the TXMAS Program, an existing contract must be awarded by the Federal Government or any other governmental entity in any state and awarded using a competitive process.

The majority of TXMAS contracts are created from existing GSA (General Service Administration) Contracts. GSA awards contracts by competitive procurement procedures for more than 50 schedules that cover multiple industries.

If your company has an existing GSA Contract, then it makes it that much easier to obtain a TXMAS Contract from the State of Texas. If your company does not have a GSA Contract in place, DCCI can help you.
Value Proposition:
DCCI's consultative dynamics go far beyond providing forms and advice on what documents to fill out; we work directly as your representative at the General Services Administration. This representative status is valid through the lifecycle of your GSA schedule. DCCI provides the knowledge and experience that the GSA program requires. DCCI keeps your company up to date with changes and compulsory reporting requirements.