How FAS SRP Authenticates Contractor
In order to access FAS Sales Reporting, a Contractor Point of Contact must:
- Be a recognized POC on the Contract they intend to report in FAS Sales Reporting.
- Have a valid digital certificate.
- The name on the digital certificate should match exactly with the name on the Contract.
- The email address on the digital certificate should match exactly with the email address on the Contract.
Multiple Award Schedules (MAS) Contracts: Currently, for Multiple Award Schedules (MAS) the recognized POCs on the Contract are: Authorized Negotiator (AN), IFF POC, and Admin Rep. If the desired Contractor POC is not part of the Contract, they can add themselves to the Contract using the eMod process. For additional information on the eMod process please visit eOffer.gsa.gov. Or update the contract as directed by the Contracting Officer.
Other Contracts (BMO, FSSI/BPAs, etc.): The Contractor would need to contact the Administrative Contracting Officer (ACO) to add the POCs on the Contract under one of the fields available; Authorized Negotiator (AN), IFF POC, and Admin Rep. The ACO will need the POC’s digital certificate name and email address.
What the user can expect when trying to sign in to FAS SRP?
If a user has a valid digital certificate but is not a recognized POC on any Contracts, when the user tries to log in, FAS Sales Reporting will provide the following message;
“We did not retrieve any contracts authorized under your name. The following are the possible reasons:
a. You are not an authorized user to submit monthly reporting.
b. Your name on the Digital certificate does not match one of the POCs on the Contract.
Please follow up with your Authorized Negotiator or GSA Contracting Officer for further assistance.”
If a user is a recognized POC on the Contract but does not have a digital certificate, when user tries to log in, FAS Sales Reporting will provide the following message;
“Access Denied. You are not an authorized user in FAS SRP. Please contact your supervisor to request access. Review help section for additional information”
For any additional help, please reach out to your IOA or VSC Help Desk at (877) 495-4849.