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Procurement List

Procurement List

The Commission maintains a Procurement List of thousands of AbilityOne products and services, as referenced in FAR Subparts 8.0 and 8.7.

Federal customers must buy Procurement List products or services from the organization designated on the Procurement List or from an authorized AbilityOne distributor until:

(1) the government no longer has requirements for that item, or

(2) a nonprofit agency employing people who are blind or have significant disabilities can no longer furnish that item.

The Procurement List is defined as “A list of commodities (including military resale commodities) and services the Commission has determined suitable to be furnished to the Government by nonprofit agencies for the blind or nonprofit agencies employing persons with significant disabilities pursuant to the JWOD Act and associated regulations.”

In addition to products, the Procurement List provides a wide range of services to meet the needs of Federal customers. Each service contract for a Federal agency is added to the Procurement List individually, with the involvement and cooperation of the Federal agency contracting activity.

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