Comply/Labeling with FED-123H and Mil-Std-129R
With GSA contracts now shipping both to GSA and DLA locations, compliance with two different standards is required.
- Fed-Std-123 applies when orders are shipped to GSA Supply Centers, such as:
- Western Distribution Center – French Camp, CA
- Eastern Distribution Center – Burlington, NJ
- Mil-Std-129 applies when shipping to DLA depots, such as
- Susquehanna Consolidation Point – New Cumberland, PA
- San Joaquin Consolidation Point – Tracy, CA
Learn more in this GSA Packaging Packing and Marking guide.
The following labels are required for GSA civilian agency shipments:
- Unit and Intermediate Packages
- Identification Label – NSN barcode, Nomenclature, Specification Number, Quantity, etc.
- Individual Transport Packages (exterior containers)
- Identification / Shipping Label – PO Number barcode, NSN barcode, Nomenclature, Specification Number, Quantity, etc.
- Palletized / Unitized Loads
MIL-Comply GSA Support
There are two ways to print labels for GSA orders in MIL-Comply:
- Comply Labeling includes the standard Fed-Std-123H container and pallet labels for GSA shipments to federal agencies along with Mil-Std-129 formats for GSA shipments to DLA depots.
- Comply/Shipper’s GSA Quick Label feature prints those same labels while preparing WAWF Receiving Reports and Invoices
GSA Order Automation
For companies receiving GSA EDI (X12-850) purchase orders, using 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.
Comply/Labeling also accepts GSA EDI (X12-850) files to automate generation of GSA format labels.