Carpenter/Robbins Commercial Real Estate, Inc. is currently a schedule holder under the Multiple Award Schedule, formerly FABS and PSS schedule, and is available to do work under the following Special Item Numbers (SINs):
Being a MAS Schedule holder means that our wide range of real estate services, from consulting to leasing and sales transactions, to project management, have been formally reviewed and approved by GSA. It also means that our prices for these services have already been reviewed and approved by GSA. This important pre-qualification step takes the guess work out of the hiring process. You know by hiring Carpenter/Robbins that we know the Federal Acquisition process and how to navigate the sometimes murky waters between the public and private sectors, so we can be your advocate and stay within the Federal guidelines.
Another benefit of working with Carpenter/Robbins is that your agency will be able to take positive steps to work with small business in order to meet your small business goals. So, not only do you get an experienced, vetted government contractor, you are also helping the government meet its mandated small business contracting goals - one stop shopping, if you will.
But how do you actually bring Carpenter/Robbins on board when you need professional leasing, consulting or other real estate brokerage services? Just follow these simple steps to hire us directly through the use of the PSS Schedule and as a small business. By combining these two components, you can streamline or even eliminate most steps in the competitive procurement process, thus accelerating the delivery of your project while saving money for your agency (and the taxpayer)! Hiring Carpenter/Robbins in this fashion will improve cycle times, reduce costs and have a team of experts working on your behalf to meet mission critical goals.
A brief explanation of the work that Carpenter/Robbins may perform under each NAICS is noted below. For a more complete explanation of our services and pricing, refer to the attached General Services Administration Federal Supply Service, Authorized Federal Supply Schedule Price List.
Services include assisting agencies on cross-cutting issues, asset marketability, equity monitoring, originations, and addressing any other considerations regarding the acquisition, management and/or resolution of an asset; assisting agencies in servicing, monitoring and maintaining loan assets such as establishing loan database, remittance processing, processing loan cancellations and consolidations, billing services, and servicing troubled loans which may include borrower negotiations, restructuring, foreclosure and supervision of the sale of the collateral and workout agreements.
Assist agencies in all asset resolution related areas including valuation / pricing, portfolio stratification, restructuring and disposition strategies which best meet agency goals. Make specific recommendations as to the best execution. Conduct a sale or other disposition vehicle. Provide marketing expertise, budget and credit reform analyses
Provide operating advice and assistance on administrative and management issues. Examples include: strategic and organizational planning, business process improvement, acquisition and grants management support, facilitation, surveys, assessment and improvement of financial management systems, financial reporting and analysis, due diligence in validating an agency’s portfolio of assets and related support services, strategic financial planning, financial policy formulation and development, special cost studies, actuarial services, economic and regulatory analysis, benchmarking and program metrics, and business program and project management.
OLMs are supplies and/or services acquired in direct support of an individual task or delivery order placed against a Schedule contract or BPA. OLM pricing is not established at the Schedule contract or BPA level, but at the order level. Since OLMs are identified and acquired at the order level, the ordering contracting officer (OCO) is responsible for making a fair and reasonable price determination for all OLMs.
The answer to this question depends on the dollar amount and type of request. Once the agency has determined exactly what it needs, the contracting authority for that agency should be consulted regarding the preparation of a scope of work, if required.