Complete Supply (Complete Packaging and Shipping Supplies, Inc) is a leading provider of integrated supply, procurement, and logistics solutions through the distribution of a diverse range of products and services worldwide. With our 29-year success record, Complete Supply has obtained and maintained seven Multiple Award Schedules (MAS Contracts) and multiple Blanket Purchase Agreements (BPAs) with the federal government.
We are a certified Veteran-Owned Small Business (VOSB). We fulfill more than $35 million in federal sales annually. Our understanding of government-unique obligations stands out across the industry and is unparalleled for a small veteran-owned business entity.
Complete Supply has successfully completed the first generation of GSA’s FSSI MRO 5 year BPA and has proven to be a reliable supplier for all Gov’t agencies across the globe. This has led to us being part of the GSA’s award for the first 30 Blanket Purchase Agreements (BPA) on its next generation Maintenance Repair Facility Supplies (MRFS) purchasing channel, further streamlining the acquisition of maintenance, repair, janitorial, and sanitation products government wide. The MRFS Purchasing Channel combines GSA’s Maintenance, Repair and Operations (MRO) and the Janitorial and Sanitation (JanSan) Purchasing Channels into one program. The BPAs awarded under Multiple Awards Schedules 51V, 73, and 75, has more compliance and are designed to help federal agencies purchase maintenance supplies at best value prices with faster deliveries.
Complete Supply has VA contracts for two of the CMOP’s (Consolidated Mail Outpatient Pharmacy). These contracts require us to deliver supplies daily, as well as emergency orders within a 12-hour period. Both contracts have been renewed annually for the past 3 years and our “report card” remains outstanding.
We have provided more than $6 million dollars of relief supplies to FEMA, in support of Hurricane Maria in 2017, including stoves, emergency radios, first aid kits, hygiene kits, tent supply items, and totes -- with an additional $3 million in tarps in 2019.