The General Services Administration has produced a short video on the Cooperative Purchasing feature that allows local and state agencies to secure orders with you on your GSA contract. This short clip does a great job explaining how the Cooperative Purchasing feature works. As always, we are here to help you with your GSA proposal.
The GSA Schedules Small Business Utilization Video Series was recorded at the GSA Expo in San Antonio, TX in May of 2012. If you are a small business and have had any doubt about the GSA’s intention to utilize the small business category, this set of videos should lay your concerns to rest. As always, […]
In 1949, President Truman established the General Services Administration, or GSA, to streamline the administrative work of the federal government. GSA’s original mission, to dispose of war surplus goods, manage and store government records, handle emergency preparedness, and stockpile strategic supplies for wartime, has given way to a much broader purpose and function. Today, GSA […]
FY 2014 GSA Schedule Spending In FY 2014, the GSA Schedule program continued to play a vital role in federal procurement. Here is a breakdown of spending by Schedule. *Subject to change due to contractor updates Schedule # FY 2012 Sales FY 2013 Sales *FY 2014 Sales All Schedules $37,867,187,986 $35,110,114,030 $32,842,659,165 CORP $814,993,071 $806,634,294 […]