The GSA is the General Services Administration, they are the entity of the US Government that acts as "the business manager" for the Government.  The GSA issues what are called "Federal Supply Schedule Contracts or GSA Contracts" these contracts are long term 5 year contracts that are issued to companies to allow your company to be a Direct or Prime Vendor for the Government.  a) The Federal Supply Schedule program, pursuant to 41 U.S.C. 152(3), provides Federal agencies with a simplified process of acquiring commercial supplies and services in varying quantities.  The schedule contracting office issues Federal Supply Schedule publications that contain a general overview of the Federal Supply Schedule (FSS) program and address pertinent topics.

(b) Each schedule identifies agencies that are required to use the contracts as primary sources of supply.

(c) Federal agencies not identified in the schedules as mandatory users may issue orders under the schedules. Contractors are encouraged to accept the orders.

(d) Although GSA awards most Federal Supply Schedule contracts, it may authorize other agencies to award schedule contracts and publish schedules. For example, the Department of Veterans Affairs awards schedule contracts for certain medical and nonperishable subsistence items.

How Does My Company Get A Contract:

This is where we come in.  

1.  Do you qualify for a GSA or FSS Contract?

2.  Is there a need for your product or service?

3.  Does your product or service fit within the schedule solicitations? 

Call us to receive a free evaluation to determine if this is the right chooice for your company.

   The U.S. Government is the No.1 consumer in the world. As a result, a growing number of companies are looking to sell their services and products to the government.In order to do that, many are pursuing a GSA Schedule Contract. 

   While the Federal Supply Schedules Program is one of the most effective ways to sell to the government, there is a lot of misinformation out there, and a lot of misconceptions, about getting a Schedule Contract.For example, be careful about how you define the word “success”. 

   Many companies claim high success rates in getting their customers a GSA Schedule Contract. Merely getting a contract does not constitute success  a contract that is loaded in compliance restrictions and cut-rate pricing may do more harm than good.


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