Approval Requirements and General Information for Freight TSPs 

Jan 8, 2016 9:32:09 AM / by David Rockwell

logoHow to Become a GSA approved Freight Transportation Service Provider (TSP)

New GSA Open Season Requirement 
Any TSPs interested in becoming approved to move cargo under the GSA Freight Management program will be approved and on-boarded during GSA’s new open season taking place January 1, 2016, to January 31, 2016.
Download the new form to register Copy of GSA TSP Agreement.
Fill out the form on your computer using Adobe Acrobat, print the last page, sign the bottom, scan, and email only the last page to Frttsp.approvals@gsa.gov.
Please allow two weeks for your request to be processed.
*Any TSPs interested in filing rates for FY 2017 bid cycle, please watch for emails around June 2016, with detailed instructions.
For further information, email TSP Approvals at Frttsp.approvals@gsa.gov.

General TSP Information

The program’s foundation is GSA’s Standard Tender of Services (STOS), which establishes a uniform basis for buying freight transportation. Participation in the general program is open to any TSP meeting those approval requirements.
Approved freight TSPs are required to adhere to all terms and conditions set forth in the STOS, which contains the Freight TSP Approval Requirements found in the corresponding document below.
See the listing of approved TSPs, brokers, freight forwarders, shipper agents, and inter-modal marketing companies who are industry participants, approved by GSA to participate in its Freight Management Program. For each participant, the Standard Carrier Alpha Code is listed first, then its name.
For TSP Monthly Reports, email Frttsp.reports@gsa.gov.
Freight Transportation Service Providers Publish Date 11/1/2013
TSP Rate Filing Instructions Publish Date 5/23/2013
TSP Monthly Report Form Publish Date 7/28/2015

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David Rockwell

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David is a writer and educational multimedia producer for government contractors around the world. Some of his favorite work, with the experts at USFCR, is telling success stories of businesses that win federal contracts.

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