Get a GSA Schedules

GSA contract grants firms the access and the authority to provide services and products to thousands of offices selling to the government. We will be your market experts, strategy consultants, and contract negotiators.

Under the GSA schedule program, a wide variety of businesses from almost every industry are able to trade with the government. Some of the more popular fields are among the IT products and services, office and industrial supplies, business management services, engineering services, environmental products and services and many others. Overall there are sixty-two categories of commercial products and services that vendors may apply under GSA contract.

By obtaining a GSA contract you will open the door to a huge multibillion market of the US federal government procurement. By having us assist you in the process you will make more money, spend less money and save time.

How To Get a GSA Contract

Learn how our GSA experts will help you start selling to the Federal Government

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5 Steps to Obtain a GSA Contract

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Your Company's Evaluation

During a free consultation with our GSA experts, you will learn if your company meets the GSA contractor requirements. In order to qualify for a GSA Contract, businesses must be in operation for at least two years, have a strong track record, and meet specific financial criteria, among other things. Using our GSA marketing intelligence tools, our experts will evaluate the Federal Government's demand for your products and services.


Proposal Preparation

Price Reporter will register you with Dun & Bradstreet and SAM.GOV. Doing so will enable you to conduct business transactions with government agencies. We will help you obtain thorough Past Performance Assessments which will prove that you are a reputable vendor to the GSA. Through our collaborations with you, we will compile all of the required documentation including your product catalog, company financials, and marketing materials, and submit the completed package for Government review.


Negotiation with the GSA

Prior to awarding a Schedule, the GSA always negotiates to obtain the best prices, quantity discounts and terms from its vendors. Once a GSA contract is awarded, you will have to comply with all of the terms, rates and prices that are stipulated in the document even if they are not as desirable as you had hoped. We will lead the negotiation process on your behalf to help you attain the most profitable and favorable terms and conditions possible for your GSA contract.


GSA Contract Award

Once your GSA Contract Schedule is awarded, we will publish your entire catalog on GSA Advantage, an electronic government procurement portal, which will make your products and services immediately available to Government buyers for purchase. When submitting your catalog, you should provide as much information as possible about your products including but not limited to clear descriptions of the items and their usage, specifications, pricing, shipping details, part numbers, and high quality images. Our team of GSA professionals will edit and update your catalog with as much relevant content as possible so that it can be published on GSA Advantage.


Post Award Support

After the contract award, our team of GSA experts will work with you to maximize your GSA sales. Using our GSA Marketing Intelligence tools, we will research and identify the top vendors that are your biggest competitors. We will help you devise a strong marketing strategy, optimize pricing so that you can be more competitive, and help you to expand your catalog by adding products that the GSA buys the most. In addition, we will update your catalog, ensure that it remains compliant, and manage your relationship with the GSA.

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We looked around for a reputable company to help us acquire a GSA contract for Muzeek World Intl., Inc. After looking around we were unsuccessful in finding a good company. By chance, one of our colleagues recommended Price Reporter, Inc., so we called them up.
Arash Sardarizadeh, Chief Operating Officer

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