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GSA generates billions of dollars annually for supplies and services and can offer a vendor a simplified process for repeat purchases. Repeat purchases bring about continual revenue for your business this is one of the advantages of a GSA contract. Businesses are growing at an astronomical rate in the federal government, you can position yourself as a prime contractor with one of the largest federal agencies in the world, I just have one question… Do you want the help to get there?
How long have you been contemplating getting a government contract to only be deterred by the thick solicitations, government language, not knowing if it will work for your business, or just plain not knowing what to do?
Let me explain to you a little bit about what a GSA schedule is. Normally when vendors pursue federal opportunities they set out to obtain a federal contract, GSA has given that terminology, “federal contract” a new name by calling it a GSA schedule. GSA schedules are a unique commodity and it creates leverage for your business in the federal community. The reasons why schedules are so unique are:
Unlike other federal agencies once you have a GSA contract you can do business with any federal agency in the United States using your GSA contract.
GSA contracts are considered multiple award schedules (MAS), which means more than one vendor can maintain a GSA contract under the same category selling the same or similar type of product or service.
The schedules program eliminates you, the vendor from continually renegotiating terms and conditions of your contract.
Makes you able to participate in federal opportunities with other agencies via GSA E-buy.
Although there are some great advantages of a GSA contract there are also requirements to qualify. These requirements are a must and you should have them in place before attempting to submit a proposal to GSA.
You must have at least two years of work experience related to the labor category or Special Item Number (s) SIN for which you apply.
Your company must have at least $25,000 in annual sales yearly.
If you plan to sell supplies the products must be in compliance with the Trade Agreements Act as cited in Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) clause 52.225-5.
Past Performance of at least four or more clients in good standing
Your products or services need to be commercially available.
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