GSA Schedule Contract Blog

MAS Consolidation plan by September 30, 2021

As part of the MAS Schedule Consolidation process, GSA has reached out to contractors requesting that a plan be submitted by September 30, 2021, outlining which of their schedules will be maintained as the primary and which ones will be merged. Since then, the deadline has been pushed up to December 31st, 2021.

High Value Asset (HVA) Assessment Requirement for the HACS SIN

The pandemic has fast-tracked our world’s transition into the digital space. Although greater connectivity has solved many problems, it opens up others – primarily cybersecurity. Cybersecurity is of paramount importance for the U.S. Government and to help protect its information network GSA created the Highly Adaptive Cybersecurity Services Special Item Number (HACS SIN).

TAA (Trade Agreements Act) Compliance Explained

This article explains what is Trade Agreements Act, what it means for a product to be TAA compliant, and why TAA compliance is important for any company seeking cooperation with the government via GSA Schedules.

Integrating Price Reporter with Intuit’s QuickBooks Online

Price Reporter is proud to announce that we have successfully completed integration with Intuit’s QuickBooks Online. This integration connects QuickBooks users to GSA Advantage and to DOD FedMall while automating the order management process for GSA and VA contract holders.

Price Reporter partnered with Overstock

Recently, GSA partnered with Overstock, to offer a wide assortment of products from established partners, allowing government personnel to easily find, research, and order necessary goods, including many items from small businesses.

How to fully automate business with GSA

You’re finally a GSA Schedule holder, orders are flourishing, and business is booming. However, hand in hand with these opportunities comes the downside of administration. Countless hours of manpower are expended on printing, calling, emailing, billing, accounting… The slightest disruption in your order processing can mean delays and unhappy clients.

EDI for GSA: Overview Services

What is EDI?

In the early days of the Cold War, it became clear that the postal service was not adequate enough to supply the Allied armies in the midst of Soviet blockades. There was no standardised system to track shipments, their contents, who was delivering the cargo, or even a way to decipher the various languages. So, in the 1960s Ed Guilbert designed EDI (Electronic Data Interchange) as a standardised system of communication to facilitate the U.S. Army supply chain. 

How much does GSA Schedule consulting cost?

The government marketplace can be a challenging place to do business, and not all those who enter the fray will make it. Working with an experienced GSA Schedule consultant will give your business that competitive edge, as they will guide you through the application process, help you maintain your contract, and set you on a path to success. Let’s look at what services are available and explore the costs of GSA Schedule consulting.

Letter of Supply for Business with the Government

A GSA Schedule Letter of Supply is a required document for resellers looking to do business with the government. In this article we explain in detail what a Letter of Supply is, whether it is  mandatory for a GSA contract holder, how to determine if your business needs it, and what the requirements are for obtaining one.