Get Ready DOD EMALL Open Period April 3 -28
DOD EMALL is an electronic commerce ordering platform that is in place to serve DOD customers worldwide. These include DOD military and non-military customers, DLA and customers of government entities (including Federal, State and/or Local).
EMALL is a standing solicitation and is currently posted on FBO under the following solicitation number: SP4708-15-R-0001. Contracts awarded are Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity firm fixed price contracts with Economic Price Adjustment. They will be awarded for a base period plus four option periods of one year each. Additionally offerors may offer zoned pricing for up to 10 geographical areas.
A unique element of this solicitation is that offers may only be submitted during two specified open periods per year. Offers submitted outside of these open periods will not be evaluated and will be returned to the offeror. The open periods for 2017 are:
- 03 April - 28 April
- 03 October - 31 October
The scope of this solicitation is commercial items as defined in FAR Part 2. Additionally items are limited to a subset of 436 DLA managed PSC/FSCs which are specified in Table A 6.2.1 of the solicitation.
The solicitation lists types of items that are also excluded from consideration. It is the offerors responsibility to determine the acceptability of the items offered. Items which have a NSN assigned will not normally be added to the EMALL catalog as will items that require source inspection and others. Additonally items which are determined to be Essentially the Same as items listed on the AbilityOne list of products will also be excluded from being added to the EMALL catalog.
Offerors are required to provide with their offer a list of contracts (government and/or commercial) performed in the past two years. This would include items on Other Federal Agency (OFA) procurement instrument such as a GSA and/or Department of Veterans Affairs (DVA) Multiple Award Schedule (FSS) contract or other similar vehicle. An offeror who is a dealer/reseller without significant sales to the general public is still eligible for the EMALL program however, the solicitation details the information that will be required.
To be eligible for the award, the offeror must be determined to be responsible (FAR 9.1), the items submitted must be determined to be within the scope of the solicitation and at pricing that can be determined to be fair and reasonable. Also, please note that the EMALL platform is in the process of undergoing changes which includes a name change from EMALL to FedMall. Currently, FedMall is projected to launch in late June of 2017. For assistance contact Marc Violante at
or (920) 456-9990.