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Who Can I Sell To If My Company Gets A GSA Schedule?

GSA schedule contracts can also be called Federal Supply Schedules. It remains an indefinite delivery and a long-term contract beneath the MAS program. The primary objective of designing a GSA Schedule is to help federal workers to buy services and products. A GSA Schedule contains warranties, delivery terms, pre-negotiated prices, and other conditions and regulations [...]

By | January 22nd, 2016|FAQ|0 Comments

How Long Does It Take To Get A GSA Schedule Contract?

The General Services Administration (GSA) is a government bureau that is entrusted with managing government structures, buildings and real estate. This agency gives product and service acquisition support and development of policies, protocol and regulations. GSA schedule contracts were refined to aid federal workers in purchasing and acquiring products and services easily without having to [...]

By | January 20th, 2016|FAQ|0 Comments

Is My Company Eligible To Get a GSA Schedule Contract Award?

Guidelines used to award GSA Schedule Contracts The qualifications for any GSA type Schedule Contract Award varies from one schedule to another schedule. Nevertheless, these are the key aspects of your company's offer that are reviewed to determine if your business is qualified to be given a contract within the GSA Schedule: Past performance and [...]

By | January 18th, 2016|FAQ|0 Comments

Does My Company Need A GSA Schedule Contract to Sell To The Government?

Many companies ask: does my company need a GSA Schedule Contract to sell to the government? The simple answer is no. There is no federal law that stipulates that a company which wants to do business with the federal government must be on a GSA Schedule. The problem is that many of the agencies of [...]

By | January 16th, 2016|FAQ|0 Comments