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I have found this to be a particularly vexing problem throughout my acquisition career, but I wanted to see if anyone out there has a particularly good method for identifying potential MACs. The GWACs are easy enough, but I don't think those will do it in this case for me. The only method I really know if is getting lucky by finding the websites of various contracting activities and searching through those, but maybe there is a better way and if anyone would know it would be WIFCON posters. In my particular instance I am trying to locate any vehicles that I could order security equipment (CCTV cameras and the like) through. The broader question is still an important one though. Usually search engines only turn up a lot of junk related to the GSA FSS and nothing else.

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Your statement "Usually search engines only turn up a lot of junk related to the GSA FSS and nothing else" is a strange comment to make. GSA FSS 58 5 contains 24 separate vendors that supply various makes and models of CCTV cameras. Most of these items are commercially available in the open market and can be found during a routine Google search. Most of the GSA FSS vendors are small businesses.

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You may want to try the Interagency Contract Directory (ICD), as described at FAR 5.601. The ICD, as it exists today, is currently a pilot/test as the government reviews its functionality, elements, and help screens before final production, but you may find something useful.

Thank you. That is quite helpful.

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