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Accept GSA Star Mark Logo Policy

These GSA logos are available for customers and vendors to download. The GSA Advantage, GSA Contract, and GSA Schedule logos are the only logos approved for use by GSA Schedule contractors.

Use of these designs does not eliminate the requirements that a contractor comply with the provisions of the General Services Administration Acquisition Regulation (GSAR) clause 552.203-71, Restrictions on Advertising. It is appropriate to use the designs in an advertisement directed to federal government contract users, provided that the advertisement does not state or imply that the product or service is endorsed or preferred by the government.

You may go to the logo you’d like to download by clicking on its link below:

Note: For more information about these files and how to use them, you may go to one of these topics or scroll down to the bottom of the page.

Approved only for use by GSA contract holders who are registered on GSA Advantage! and have uploaded their contract’s electronic catalog of products and services.

CMYK = Process Color, Spot = Specific PMS ink colors, * = Editable PhotoShop file

 

GSA Advantage! Logos

GSA Advantage Logo with URL www.gsaadvantage.gov

GSAAdvantage With URL

 Macintosh  PC  Web
Full Process Color (CMYK)
eps vector file format
Full Process Color (CMYK)
tif file format
Cross Platform Full Process Color (CMYK)
jpg file format  
Pantone Ink Color (eps)
eps vector file format
   

GSA Advantage Logo without URL

GSAAdvantage Without URL

 Macintosh  PC  Web
Full Process Color (CMYK)
eps vector file format
Full Process Color (CMYK)
tif file format
Cross Platform Full Process Color (CMYK)
jpg file format  
Pantone Ink Color (eps)
eps vector file format
   

 

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GSA Contract Holder Logos

GSA Contract Holder Logo with a Contract Number

GSA Contract Holder Logo with a Contract Number

 Macintosh  PC  Web
Full Process Color (CMYK)
eps file format
Editable Photoshop File (PSD)
Allow User to Input Contract Number
Cross Platform (RGB)
jpg file format
Specific Pantone Ink Color (SPOT)
eps vector file type
   
     

GSA Contract Holder Logo without a Contract Number

GSA Contract Holder Logo without a Contract Number

 Macintosh  PC  Web
  Full Process Color (CMYK)
tif file format
Cross Platform (RGB)
jpg file type
     
   


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GSA Schedule Logos Schedule Holder Logo with Contract Number

GSA Schedule Holder Logo with a Contract Number

 Macintosh  PC  Web
Editable Photoshop File (PSD)
Allow User to Input Contract Number
Desktop Printer Output (RGB)
tif file type
Cross Platform (RGB)
jpg file type
Specific Pantone Ink Color (Spot)
eps file type
   
Cross Platform (CMYK)
jpg file type
   

Schedule Holder Logo without Contract Number

GSA Schedule Holder Logo without a Contract Number

 Macintosh  PC  Web
    Cross Platform (RGB)
jpg file type

 

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GSA SmartPay Cards

GSA SmartPay Image in .gif format

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  How to Download Files

For Macintosh computers: Click on links by holding down on your mouse button until you get a pop-up menu. Click on "Save this Link as..." and then click on the "Save" button.
For Windows computers: Use the right mouse button to click on the appropriate link above and choose "Save Link As..." from the pop-up menu. Navigate to where you want to save the file using the "Save As" dialogue box and click on the "Save" button.
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  Different File Formats

Vector-based files: These are EPS ("encapsulated postscript") files that will retain high resolution at any size. They will give you the best results and are good for use in all types of products (i.e., brochures, flyers, booklets, posters, reports, banners, exhibits).

EPS files can be opened with applications, such as Adobe Illustrator or other Macintosh and Windows applications that allow the editing of EPS files. These files can also be imported as an uneditable graphic into documents that support EPS files, such as QuarkXpress, Adobe InDesign, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Powerpoint, and others. They can be resized after being imported.

Raster-based files: These files are made up out of pixels. When enlarged, they will begin to lose resolution and may look "jaggy". Raster-based files include JPEG, TIFF, and BMP formats.  Some of the raster-based files are provided in two resolutions: 

High Resolution: These files are 300 dots per inch and are good for use in products that require the graphic to be no larger than 2 inches high (i.e., brochures, booklets, reports, flyers).

Low Resolution: These files are 72 dots per inch and are intended solely for use on web pages.
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  Color Specifications

GSA logos should follow GSA brand specifications for color whenever they are printed.  The files available here conform to these color standards. Do not alter the logo color.
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  Questions or Problems

If you are having problems opening the files you have downloaded, try launching the application that you want the graphic to open in first and then open the graphic file from within the application. Then use the "Save As" command and replace the file.

If you continue to run into problems, still have questions, or you need a type of file that is not found on this page, please contact Andy Black by e-mail at andy.black@gsa.gov or by telephone at (202) 501-3554. Please include your name and telephone number in the body of any e-mail messages you send.
 

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