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71 500 Order-Level Materials (OLMs) - Order-Level Materials (OLMs) are supplies and/or services acquired in direct support of an individual task or delivery order placed against a Federal Supply Schedule (FSS) contract or FSS blanket purchase agreement (BPA). OLMs are not defined, priced, or awarded at the FSS contract level. They are unknown before a task or delivery order is placed against the FSS contract or FSS BPA. OLMs are only authorized for inclusion at the order level under a Time-and-Materials (T&M) or Labor-Hour (LH) Contract Line Item Number (CLIN) and are subject to a Not To Exceed (NTE) ceiling price. OLMs include direct materials, subcontracts for supplies and incidental services for which there is not a labor category specified in the FSS contract, other direct costs (separate from those under ODC SINs), and indirect costs. OLMs are purchased under the authority of the FSS Program and are not "open market items."

Items awarded under ancillary supplies/services or other direct cost (ODC) SINs are not OLMs. These items are defined, priced, and awarded at the FSS contract level, whereas OLMs are unknown before an order is placed. Ancillary supplies/services and ODC SINs are for use under all order type CLINs (Fixed-Price (FP), T&M, and LH), whereas the Order-Level Materials SIN is only authorized for use under T&M and LH order CLINs.

The Order-Level Materials SIN is only authorized for use in direct support of another awarded SIN. Price analysis for OLMs is not conducted when awarding the FSS contract or FSS BPA; therefore, GSAR 538.270 and 538.271 do not apply to OLMs. OLMs are defined and priced at the ordering activity level in accordance with GSAR clause 552.238-82 Special Ordering Procedures for the Acquisition of Order-Level Materials. Prices for items provided under the Order-Level Materials SIN must be inclusive of the Industrial Funding Fee (IFF). The value of OLMs in a task or delivery order, or the cumulative value of OLMs in orders against an FSS BPA awarded under an FSS contract, cannot exceed 33.33%.
Group A-Packaged Furniture Program
Category Description
71 1 Packaged Office Furniture - This SIN is designed for experienced integrators offering a total tenant outfitting solution necessary for customers to furnish an entire office, conference room, common area, etc. The individual products of the packages shall conform to all technical requirements for the SINS under the applicable Multiple Award Schedules (MAS). Integrators under this SIN have provided a GSA catalog/price list from their suppliers as evidence that all proposed items are awarded under an MAS contract, and have been determined compliant with the applicable terms and conditions.

NOTE: Commercially available products under this SIN may be covered by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Comprehensive Procurement Guidelines (recycled content) program.
71 200 Packaged Dormitory and Quarters Furniture - This SIN is designed for experienced integrators offering a total tenant outfitting solution necessary for customers to furnish sleeping rooms, suites, lounges, dayrooms, common areas, etc. The individual products of the packages shall conform to all technical requirements for the SINS under the applicable Multiple Award Schedules (MAS). Integrators under this SIN have provided a GSA catalog/price list from their suppliers as evidence that all proposed items are awarded under an MAS contract, and have been determined compliant with the applicable terms and conditions.

NOTE: Commercially available products under this SIN may be covered by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Comprehensive Procurement Guidelines (recycled content) program.
Group B-Office Furniture
Category Description
711 91 Project Management (Furniture Related) - Management support services for the design, installation and reconfiguration of office furniture. Services cover those required to coordinate and monitor furniture design and installation phases of new furniture installations to ensure a smooth project completion. This SIN can only be used in conjunction with acquisition of furniture under this schedule. (If furniture related services only are required see FSS 71, Part II, Section K "Comprehensive Furniture Management Services". Office relocation services are available under Schedule 48, SIN 653-8 "Office Relocation".
711 1 Furniture Systems and Workstation Clusters - A furniture system is a system of furniture components designed to provide a comprehensive office furniture environment through the ability to create a variety of workstation configurations and generally includes interconnecting, structural panels as central intregrating elements or may employ rails, beams, frames, uprights, cores, or freestanding based elements. Panels/privacy screens, worksurfaces, overhead stroage and shelving pedestals, filing, task management systems, lighting, electrical, wire management and similar items comprise furniture systems and workstation clusters. Workstation clusters are workstations generally arranged around a central point and which have a fixed footprint. Floor to ceiling demountable walls, partial height walls, and spine type walls which accommodate system furniture components are acceptable as part of or in conjunction with a furniture systems line. "Systems" consisting of traditional conventional furniture such as desks, returns, carrels, credenzas, etc. are not acceptable.
711 10 Executive Furniture Single Item Accent & Speciality Pieces - Stand up desks, drum tables, rent tables, breakfronts, curio cabinets, etageres, faithful 18th & 19th century reproduction occasional tables, console tables, sofa tables, chests & low boys.
711 11 Tables and Accessories - Includes tables with wood, wood veneer, plastic laminate or tops of other decorative material such as stone, glass & leather. Tops may be non-folding, folding, or flip-top tables, adjustable and non-adjustable height & other types of tables designed for executive & general office use such as conference, training, multi-purpose & occasional type tables. Also included are accessories such as wheel chair adapters, wire management capabilities, modesty panels and dollies & trucks for storing & transporting tables.
711 16 Upholstered Seating - Includes sofas, loveseats, lounge chairs, sleep sofas and recliners. Benches & ottomans complementing the matching sofa, loveseat or chair are also offered. Accessories include replacement cushions & covers.
711 17 Multiple Seating - Includes individual seating units with or without attached tables combining mutually structural support members, such as leg, side frame or side panel, or units supported on a common beam/platform or mechancially attached.
711 18 Multipurpose Seating - Rotary chairs that utilize a pedestal base with casters. Staionary chairs that utilize a sled base, cantilever, "O" frame, or straight leg style. Ergonomically designed chairs that are rotary, have seat and/or back tilt, pneumatic seat height adjustment. Rotary drafting-style chairs with foot ring or footrest, with or without arms, with glides or casters.
711 19 Stacking Chairs and Dollies or Trucks Designed to Support Stacking Chairs
711 2 Worksurfaces, Workstations, Computer Furniture and Accessories - Includes items such as worksurfaces, workstations, workstation modules, moveable workstations, data or task stations, PC workcenters, desks, credenzas, computer tables, printer stands, pedestals, enclosure systems for computer equipment, computer consoles and computer stackers. Includes related accessories such as: L-returns, bridge units, worksurface and table extensions, overhead storage modules and shelves, desk carrels, modesty panels, above the worksurface privacy screens, terminal tilt platforms, turntables, tackboards, vertical CPU holders or stands, keyboard or pencil/center drawers, casters, locks, monitor support units, wrist rest, grommets, wire management, data & eletrical components.
711 3 Filing and Storage Cabinets, Shelves, Mobile Carts, Dollies, Racks & Accessories - Includes items such as vertical & lateral filing cabinets, multimedia storage cabinets, storage & shelving systems, wardrobes, overfiles, combination storage & wardrobe units, hybrid type storage units, open cabinet shells, open shelves, shelf files, bookcases, map & plan files, racks for hanging files or tape seals, mobile carts & dollies for the transportation of printouts/tapes/cassettes. Desktop filing systems are not included.
711 8 Executive Office Furniture - Includes desks, table desks, reception stations. workstations in "L", "U" and other configurations which include units such as desks, desk attachments, bridge units, corner units, kneehole credenzas, & peninsulas. Freestanding credenzas, credenzas with attached overhead storage unit/hutch & file cabinets (lateral & vertical). Bookcases, computer support furniture such as printer stands & VDT tables, work & console tables. Occasional tables such as end, coffee & lamp tables. Accessories designed to be used with above furniture such as wire management grommets, channels & tracks, stationary organizers, stationary inserts, additional drawer partitions, felt center drawer liners, wastebaskets, tackboards, tasklights & shelf dividers.
711 9 Executive Conference Room Furniture, Coordinated Tables, Case Pieces and Accessories - Includes items such as audio visual cabinets, storage credenzas with doors, buffet servers, visual boards, presentation rails, phone stands, side boards, computer cabinets, utility carts& lecterns. Accessories designed to be used with the above furniture such as wire management grommets, channels & tracks organizer, additional drawer partitions, felt drawer liners, wastebaskets, tackboards, task lights & shelf dividers.
711 93 Reconfiguration and Relocation Services - For furniture systems to include the range of services that are necessary to allow users to reconfigure up to a maximum of 200 workstations within the existing on-site project area. Reconfiguration involved in the disassembling & reassembling of components & may involve minor or major changes within the existing workstation/furniture layout plan. Agencies must define the scope of services required. This SIN may only be used with the purchase of new products under SIN 711 1.
711 94 Office Design/Layout Services - Interior design services include a wide range of services, and are intended to assist users in project or office planning. Service may include basic conversion of generic workstation & floor plans to brand-specific or comprehensive design services including development of adjacencies, workstation design & floor plans. Design/layout services may include use of CAD/CAP systems for development of workstations, component lists for order placement, development of electrical, phone & cable plans & gneneration of color & installation plans. Agenices are required to define the scope of services they require, regardless of the dollar value of the project. Based on the scope defined by the agency, vendors will quote a number of design hours at the hourly contract rate. This SIN may not be used to develop generic workstation designs for procurement purposes (generic).
711 95 Office Furniture Installation Services - Installation services include product delivery coordination, unpacking, inspection of product for shipping damage, placement, set-up, assembly and leveling of product. Agencies will negotiate installation on a project-by-project basis, requesting an installation price quote for each project regardless of dollar value. Agencies must fully define the scope required services under installation in order to facilitate realistic price quotes.
711 96 Leased Office Furniture Systems
711 97 Rental Office Furniture
711 98 International Office Furniture - This SIN covers items for use only in foreign destinations.
711 99 Introduction of New Office Furniture Services/Products - A new or improved product not currently available under any GSA conract that has the potential to provide more economical or efficient means for Federal Agencies. It may be a product existing in the commercial market not yet introduced to the Federal Government or a product that has been improved. As determined by the Government, there are no similar items available under an existing SIN.
Group C-Household & Quarters Furniture
Category Description
71 201 Cabinets - Freestanding or built-in type cabinets for kitchen or general purpose use. Also includes bathroom vanities. Cabinets comply with applicable performance and safety requirements.
71 203 Loft Group. - **THIS SIN IS A SMALL BUSINESS SET-ASIDE. Freestanding sleeping, studying and storage space system that allows a variety of configurations to suit specific room needs. Consists of a bed box and storage unit, as a minimum, and may include other items such as a writing surface, shelf, etc. Loft beds designed for household use meet ASTM F-1427 Standard Consumer Safety Specification for Bunk Beds and have guardrails and ladder. Loft beds designed for dormitory use by adults meet more stringest test requirements.
71 204 Dormitory, Quarters and Residential Casegoods and Beds - Furniture pieces designed for household, quarters and dormitory use and made from a variety of materials including wood, metal, wood/metal, stone, and/or glass. Ready-to-assemble (RTA) versions of the furniture are also available under this SIN. Residential dining room items include, but are not limited to, dining tables, china cabinets, buffets, sideboards, servers, huntboards, baker's racks, breakfronts, corner cupboards, etageres, and curio/display cabinets. Casegoods include, but are not limited to, dressers (low and conventional height), chests, bureaus, low boys, high boys, vanities (including companion benches), nightstands, mirrors, wardrobes, clothing centers, clothes trees, coat racks, hall trees, armoires, entertainment units, TV stands/cabinets, bookcases, wall units, table desks, student desks, secretaries, home office type workstations, matching file cabinets, and tables, including occasional, guest, dinette, and game types. Bed items include, but are not limited to, headboards, bed frames, headboard and footboard sets, bed rails, captain's beds, bunk beds, wall beds, roll-about and other portable beds, bed accessories including bed steps, bedside stools and benches, blanket racks, underbed storage units, and safety rails. Notes: Bunk beds designed for household use comply with ASTM F-1427 Standard Consumer Safety Specification for Bunk Beds and have guardrails and ladder. Bunk beds designed for dormitory use by adults meet more stringent test requirements. Wall beds comply with the applicable performance and safety requirements. Mattresses comply with applicable flammability requirements.
71 205 Chairs--Dining Room, Desk, Side, Period Style and Bar Stools. - Desk chairs and side chairs that accompany the furniture in SINs 71-203 and 71-204; bar stools; period style chairs that are reproduction or adaptation chairs utilizing authentic designs from various cultures, such as European, American and Oriental. All chairs comply with applicable performance and flammability requirements where appropriate.
71 206 Upholstered Seating. - Upholstered sofas, loveseats, lounge chairs, benches and ottomans, as well as motion furniture such as sleep sofas and recliners. Accessories include replacement covers and cushions, and mechanisms and parts for motion furniture. All items comply with applicable performance and flammability requirements where appropriate. In addition, sleep sofas comply with the appropriate design requirements.
71 295 Residential, Dormitory and Quarters Furniture Installation Services - Installation services include delivery/inside delivery, coordination, unpacking, assembly/placement/leveling of product, removal of packing materials, and cleaning of product. Vendor may perform ancillary services that may be required in preparation for furniture installation on the job site.
71 298 International Residential, Dormitory and Quarters Furniture Products - This SIN covers items for use only in foreign destinations. Items awarded under this SIN comply with one of the other SIN descriptions in this Schedule. Contractors have certified that items awarded have been tested and found to comply with minimum safety standards for the countries in which the products are sold.
Group D-Special Use Furniture
Category Description
71 301 Complete Daycare, Preschool and Classroom Solutions - Infant, toddler, and classroom furniture, storage units/cabinets, toys and accessories. Includes high chairs and chairs with a feeding tray, cribs, changing tables, room dividers, play yards and "child scale" lounge seating. Includes cribs and washable, wet-resistant crib mattresses. Includes accessories such as crib sheets, crib bumper pads and sleeping mats. Includes items for storage and organization of toys and supplies, such as stationary or mobile units with or without trays or tubs, shelf units, combination lockers, storage wall systems, and teachers' storage cabinets. Includes classroom chairs, student desks, student chair and desk units, student tables, tablet-arm chairs, pedestal strip tables and chairs, teacher's desks and chairs, storage units/cabinets, accessories and repair parts. Includes toys, preschool aids, learning centers, amusement devices, games, outdoor games, inflatable toys, crafts, hobbies. Includes design, related services and/or installation for any items under this SIN. Products meet applicable safety, performance and flammability requirements.
71 302 Training Room, Auditorium and Theater Furniture - Training room, auditorium furniture and theater furniture including floor mounted ascending tier seating. Accessories designed to be used with the offered furniture are acceptable. Products meet applicable safety, performance and flammability requirements.
71 304 Lecterns. - (*Small Business Set-Aside.) Lecterns may be either floor or table top models.
71 310 INDUSTRIAL AND INSTITUTIONAL FURNITURE: WORKBENCHES, WORKTABLES, WAREHOUSE STORAGE, AND HIGH DENSITY STORAGE CABINETS, MODULAR CABINETS. - Industrial Furniture - Includes such items as workbenches, worktables, workbench tops and legs, warehouse storage systems, and high-density storage cabinets. Shelves, cabinets, drawers, bins, trays, hangers, electrical fixtures and wiring fluid fixtures and plumbing, panels, footrests, casters and other accessories or components are acceptable. Work surfaces shall be designed for heavy-duty use. Specialized worksurfaces and workbenches such as tops designed for electrostatic discharge are acceptable. Accessories must specifically enhance the function of the bench or table. Except for standard electrical, air, and fluid fixtures, accessories must be specifically designed for use with the workbenches or worktables. Any electrical plugs and receptacles shall be certified to meet UL 498 with a NEMA configuration of 5-15 (P or R) or 6-15 (P or R). Cord sets shall meet UL 817. (Toolboxes and tool cabinets are not acceptable). Storage cabinets with interchangeable drawers, stationary or roll-out shelves or roll out trays, with or without locking hardware, interconnecting hardware, supporting bases, casters, and worktops. Cabinets may be sold as components or as complete, pre-configured units. Drawers may be with or without adjustable dividers, partitions, bins and trays. Adjustable dividers, partitions, bins or trays must be offered and must be specifically designed for use with the cabinet drawers. (Shelving, toolboxes and tool cabinets are not acceptable). Institutional Furniture - Institutional type furniture includes modular cabinetry, wall hung cabinets and shelves, base cabinets, support panels, and work surfaces. Furniture may be free standing or built in. Furniture may be specifically marketed for use in laboratories, breakrooms, mailrooms, administrative areas, storage rooms, and healthcare examination rooms. Ready to assemble or factory assembled furniture is acceptable. Wall hung cabinets and base cabinets shall meet all applicable test sections in ANSI/KCMA A161.1-2000. KCMA certification will be acceptable as evidence of conformance with KCMA requirements; However, KCMA certification is not required. Lateral file drawers shall meet all applicable test sections in the most current edition of ANSI/BIFMA X5.2. Vertical file drawers shall meet all applicable test sections in the most current edition of ANSI/BIFMA X5.3.
71 315 Hospital Patient Room Furniture. - This SIN includes furniture designed and marketed for hospital/long term patient care use. Items include beds, mattresses, chests of drawers, wardrobes, cabinets, dressers, low dressers (credenzas), desks, table desks, hutch tops, guest tables, overbed tables, mirrors, modular components, night tables, bedside chests, headboards, footboards, armoires, medical supply storage cabinets and accessory items relevant to the furniture (i.e. hangers, towel bars). Hospital beds have adjustable angle positions and may be fixed or adjustable height. Beds may be electrically or manually adjustable. Accessories include mattresses, safety sides and/or rails, bumpers, I.V. rods, casters, headboard, footboard. Hospital mattresses are intended for special hospital and nursing home use and are designed to conform to adjustable positions of hospital beds. Mattresses designed for use such as orthopedic, burn and prevention of decubitus ulcers (bed sores or pressure sores) are acceptable. Overbed tables have casters and are compatible with the hospital beds.
Hospital beds may only be purchased in conjunction with other hospital patient room furniture. Customers needing to purchase hospital beds only should look under VA Federal Supply Schedule 65 Part II Section A (65-II-A), Special Item Number A-69.
71 316 Hospital and Geriatric Chairs. - Includes high back chairs with arms, low back chairs with or without arms, and recliners. Recliners are designed to ensure easy use by patients. Features include a special seat height to allow easy transfer from wheelchair, straps to assist patient in movement of chair, wheels for easy movement, and leg rest to elevate patient's feet above head. Upholstery is nonabsorbent and stain resistant. Geriatric chairs are designed to conform to the characteristic afflictions of geriatric patients. Chairs facilitate sitting and rising without patient strain. Geriatric chairs consist of, but are not limited to the following features: 1) meal tray/table, 2) push bar, 3) casters and/or wheels with lock mechanism, 4) footrest or 5) rocking action.
71 395 Special Use Furniture Installation Services - Installation services include product delivery coordination, unpacking, inspection of product for shipping damage, placement, set-up, assembly and leveling of product in accordance with any recommended manufacturer instructions/guidelines to conform to agency requirements/final designs drawings, removal of packing materials, and cleaning of product. Agencies must fully define the scope of the required services under installation in order to facilitate realistic price quotations.
71 398 International Special Use Furniture Products - This SIN covers items for use only in foreign destinations. (Items that will be sold within the United States shall be offered under one of the other SINs, as appropriate.) Items offered under this SIN shall comply with one of the other SIN descriptions in this schedule, excluding any performance test requirements. Offerors shall identify the SINs that describe the items being offered by checking the categories below. Offerors shall certify that items offered have been tested and found to comply with minimum safety standards for the countries in which the products are sold.
Infant Furniture
Preschool, Classroom and Training Room Furniture and Auditorium and Theater Seating Preschool and Classroom Storage
Lecterns
Library Furniture Mail Sorting and Distribution Furniture and accessories
Mail Lock Boxes Cafeteria and Food Service Furniture
Clothing Lockers, Locker Benches, and Accessories
Industrial and Institutional Furniture: Workbenches, Worktables, Warehouse Storage Systems and High Density Storage Cabinets Modular Electronic Equipment Enclosures Hazardous Materials Storage
Museum Storage
Hospital Beds and Accessories
Hospital Patient Room Furniture
Hospital and Geriatric Chairs
Chair, Convalescent
Patient Service Systems
Multiple Seating Units
Bookstacks
Correctional Institution Furniture
Shipboard Furniture
Design Services
Installation Services
Reconfiguration Services
Leased Furniture
Introduction of New Products (INP)
Group E - Safes, Vault Systems, and Security Products
Category Description
489 103 INTERIOR COMPONENTS - For use in cabinets meeting federal specification AA-F-363, Classes 5 and 6 cabinets. Examples of acceptable items include Plan hold rack & assembly; Vertical posts (Set of 4); Shelf; Security locker, Shallow drawer (4" to 5" high); Regular drawer (10-1/2" to 12" high); 3" X 5" Cross tray insert; 3-1/4" X 7-3/8" Cross tray insert; 4" X 6" Cross tray insert; 5" X 8" Cross tray insert; drawers; double row drawer insert; triple row drawer insert; microfilm drawer insert; tape canister drawer insert; tape seal drawer insert; pistol rack insert; center drawer insert, quarter drawer insert, drawer liner; pull-out weapons cart w/storage drawers; caster base
489 154 VAULT DOOR ACCESSORIES - For use with vault doors meeting federal specification AA-D-600 vault doors. Examples of acceptable items include day gate, base plate, and key locker
489 157 Utility locker - Gray, UL group IR combination lock. 1/4" steel door, 1/8" steel body. Overall dimensions: 8 3/16"W x 12 1/8"L x 8 1/4"D.
489 159 Wall key cabinet - Holds 125 keys. UL Group IR combination lock, 1/4" steel door, 1/8" steel body, recessed full-length hinge. Overall dimensions 12"W x 16 1/2"H x 6 3/8"D.
489 160 Wall cabinet - UL Group IR combination lock, 1/4" steel door, 1/8" steel body, recessed full-length hinge. Overall dimensions 12"W x 16 1/2"H x 6 3/8"D.
489 161 SPECIAL ACCESS CONTROL CONTAINER - Size I - 12-1/8"H X 5-3/16"W X 8-1/4"D, or Size II - 15"W X 12"H X 10"D; gray; UL Group 1R combination lock; Minimum 0.125" steel; Shielded Slot with saw tooth baffle; Padlock eyes for mounting; Recessed door; Continuous hinge with Nonremovable pin.
489 190 CABINET, SECURITY, INFORMATION PROCESSING SYSTEM STORAGE, CLASS 5 - In accordance with Federal Specification AA-F-363; Class 5 - Resistant to 20 man-hours surreptitious entry, 30 man-minutes covert entry, and 10 man-minutes forced entry; Type III - Information Processing System Cabinet/COMSEC; Design K - Key change combination lock; gray