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Special Order Program

The GSA Global Supply Special Order Program (SOP) provides complete, full-service acquisition management support to help you acquire the products you need most. We simplify the entire acquisition process, from proposal preparation through contract award, allowing you to focus on your mission. You can be sure our comprehensive service complies with the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) and other applicable regulations. You have the flexibility to use the funding mechanism that works best for you - MILSTRIP or a Military Interdepartmental Purchase Request (MIPR).

Customer Notice: Effective March 2, 2015, GSA is revising its fee structure for assisted acquisition purchases under the Special Order Program. This Customer Notice on SOP fees [PDF, 74KB] provides additional details.

Our Special Order Program offers streamlined access to:

  • Law-enforcement, safety and security products;
  • Maintenance, repair and operations supplies;
  • Construction materials, tools, equipment and appliances;
  • Products that support wildland-firefighting and disaster-relief efforts;
  • Office supplies and equipment;
  • Housewares and cleaning equipment; and
  • Much more.

Our certified contract, project and financial-management professionals will expertly navigate the range of procurement vehicles to help you obtain the products you need most – delivered to you anywhere in the world.  

To learn more about the Special Order Program, see the reference documents listed below.  

To get started, send an email to

Document Format Size Date
SOP Brochure PDF 305KB 5/30/2012
Instructions for MIPR Form PDF 175KB 4/24/2012
Military Interdepartmental Purchase Request (MIPR) Form (DD448) PDF 125KB 4/26/2012
MILSTRIP Instructions for Form (1348-6) PDF 124KB 4/26/2012
DD 1348-6 Form PDF 562KB 2/10/15
Interagency Agreement Form (Fillable) - 2015 version PDF 161KB 10/28/2014


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