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How to get a GSA Contract

So, you own a business. You work long hours and are really great at what you do. You have a great reputation and solid customers. What if you could increase your annual sales by $100,000 in built-in and consistent revenue to your bottom line? What if it were $200,000, $1,000,000, $1,000,000 plus? That’s not just pie-in-the-sky. Thousands of companies just like yours in the United States are set up in lucrative no-bid service contracts where generation revenue is like turning on a faucet.

How do GSA Contractors win?

What separates these high-revenue companies from other similar companies in the market? The GSA Scheduler knows. Here’s how. There is one thing that a company can do that will set them apart immediately from the competition — having a Federal GSA contract.

What is a GSA contract?

The Federal General Services Administration awards these high-yield contracts to select companies after a rigorous vetting process. It’s a stamp of approval from the U.S. government saying, “These guys are okay.” And, when Uncle Sam says you’re okay, that opens some doors.

For Businesses: Working with GSA

Once you are approved to get into the GSA program, you can get right down to doing what you do best. It will open a whole world of no-bid opportunities where you just have to show up, quote it, and deliver. And what that really means is money. That’s because the General Services Administration spends over $50 billion a year on companies just like yours that have a GSA contract, and that’s action your company wants a piece of.

How does it work?

Take a service like pest control for example. There are thousands and thousands of pest control companies throughout the United States. But, how many have a GSA contract? Just 23. That’s right. Out of the whole United States of America, only 23 pest control companies have a GSA contract. And of those 23, only 15 of them are able to compete for contracts under $150,000. What does that mean for a pest control company with a GSA contract? Money, and lots of it. And The GSA Scheduler wants to help you get it. Your company wants to be on the GSA gravy train. You want some of that no-bid government cash.

So, how do you get a GSA contract?

That’s where we come in. The GSA Scheduler connects you with the GSA. Our team has over 40 years of collective experience getting companies just like yours set up, and we’ve worked on over 500 GSA contracts throughout the years. Now, we’re not the only company that does work like this. But, while other companies take you from A to B, we’re the only company that will take you from A to Z.

If you’ve been in business for any amount of time, you know what it means to be forced to fill out a pile of federal documents. Reams of paperwork, hours of researching requirements, months of waiting around to hear that you may not have even gotten the job, and often the job goes to the lowest bidder, so there goes your profit margin as you’re throwing in the kitchen sink to beat out your competitors.

Well, guess what? It’s not only vendors that hate the process, the people making the purchasing decisions hate it too. They want to pick the best product, order it, and get the job done by the most competent company. If you have a GSA contract, oftentimes, they can use your company without going through the bidding process. That’s because you’ve got Uncle Sam’s stamp of approval.

Sound complicated? Well, that’s what The GSA Scheduler is here for. We’ll help your company get a GSA contract and get you in the mix for the local and state jobs as well. So, instead of spending your time chasing the jobs, you can spend your time doing the jobs.