Security is hugely important for the safety of all here in the United States, no matter who you might be or what part of the country you might live in. After all, this is why the GSA security schedule was ever created in the first place – and why it very much continues to be important in the present day. From the GSA 84 to the GSA 78, there are many categories of the GSA security schedule designed to keep us all safe and happy – so safe, in fact, that we never really need to consider the category of GSA 84 or GSA 56 or even the GSA security schedule as a whole.
After all, the entirety of the GSA security schedule covers a wide variety of things. This only makes sense, as there are as many as 30 total categories that make it up. Within these 30 categories, there are more than 100 different subcategories, which are most frequently called, by those in the know, Special Item Numbers (or SINs, likely more commonly). All in all, more than $1 billion will be spent in the GSA security sch