Logistics, Product Sales (GSA Schedule, FMS) Support

Anchor Logistics support services offer internal efficiencies that drive the procurement, warehousing, demonstration, sales and delivery of services and GSA schedule products. Our staff facilitates the delivery of services and maintains close customer contact and relations, producing the necessary deliverables, metrics, and quality management to support established requirements. Services include:

  • Logistics Planning and Management
  • Operational Program Sustainment Support
  • Full Logistics Support – Financial and Supply management, warehousing services

Product Sales (including FMS) - Technology Insertion and Product Sales and Support – Anchor works with suppliers to develop product marketing and sales materials and refine messaging that resonates with customers and end-users. Anchor leverages our operational background to ensure products match capabilities to customer requirements. Whether placing products domestically, or through FMS programs, Anchor serves as a value added partner and fully understands all ITAR requirements.

GSA Schedule Product Sales – Anchor represents products and services that deliver required capability to the customer. Our team will work with you to develop a coherent marketing strategy and support customer introduction and relationship management. The logistics branch conducts all functions of contract administration and management, allowing our vendors, service operators, and subcontractors to focus entirely on the customer. Utilizing an in depth knowledge of Government invoicing and Wide Area Workflow (WAWF), and ensuring timely receipt of payments ensures continuous performance on site.

  • Anchor's GSA Schedule 84: Total Solutions for Law Enforcement, Security, Facilities Management, Fire, and Rescue offers a convenient vehicle for Federal, State and Local qualified customers. We maintain several quality products and services that Agencies can access via the GSA Advantage website: gsaadvantage.gov

In accordance with FAR 8.404, orders placed against an MAS contract for products and services are already determined to be "fair and reasonable" and represent the best value, resulting in the lowest overall cost alternative to meet the Government's needs. Ordering activities are not required to seek further competition outside of the Federal Supply Schedules, or synopsize the requirement.