With GSA contracts shipping to both GSA and DLA locations, compliance with both FED-123H and Mil-Std-129R is required. GSA Quick Label enables you to quickly and easily prepare your shipments whether they are going to a GSA Supply Center or DLA Depot.
GSA Quick Label bundles Comply/Labeling with Shipper eAwards to produce Fed-Std-123H and Mil-Std-129R compliant shipping labels to allow you to import GSA electronic purchase orders (EDI-850) that are exported from your GSA-capable VAN (see Note 1).
For those importing GSA orders from GSA EDI POs, using MIL-Comply Shipper’s GSA Labeling Wizard eliminates unnecessary data-entry and speeds shipments processing. EDI orders can be received, labeled right from Comply/Shipper while generating WAWF Receiving Reports and Invoices.
Labeling Standards Compliance
GSA suppliers must be compliant with both Fed-Std-123H and Mil-Std-129R, depending on the shipment destination. Learn more that and other requirements in this GSA Packaging Packing and Marking guide.
Applies when orders are shipped to GSA Supply Centers.
See examples of Fed-Std-123H label formats.
Military standard labeling is required when shipping GSA orders to military destinations such as:
- Susquehanna Consolidation Point – New Cumberland, PA
- San Joaquin Consolidation Point – Tracy, CA
See examples of Mil-Std-129R label formats.
- 1. A DOD-certified VAN, such as the Mil-Pac VAN Service (sold separately) is required for submission of EDI transactions to WAWF.
- 2. The Mil-Pac VAN does not interconnect with GSA, however, MIL-Comply can import EDI X12 transactions from other VANs in ANSI-X12 format.
- 3. GSA orders may be imported into MIL-Comply from business systems in CSV or M12 format, which does not require an eAwards license. Use Basic Labeling and WAWF Shipper instead of the GSA Quick Label bundle.