Aside from paving your way towards government contracts, the status of a GSA Approved Vendor brings some other important advantages too. This article highlights these advantages and gives a short overview of how to become a GSA Approved Vendor in the first hand.
Every owner of a government charge card is eligible for GSA tax exempt as long as the GSA SmartPay card is used to pay for goods and services. Although, there are certain aspects to consider discussed in this article.
If you still think GSA schedules are for larger enterprises, and becoming a GSA contractor is literally impossible for a small entrepreneurship – it is time to reconsider. In fact, getting a GSA MAS contract for a small business is a viable option to get steady income and to secure the position on the market. Here are 5 things you should know about GSA.
This post explains what government construction contracts are, what types of GSA construction projects bidding are available, and how to bid on government construction jobs successfully.
GSA. Getting on a Schedule here can be really tough, especially for the first time. This article gives a number of practical tips and tricks to simplify GSA Schedule application process significantly.
Each advice is only helpful at certain stage of obtaining a schedule. However, overall, these tips are a great helper towards successful GSA certification.
GSA Advantage! is a prime GSA online shopping platform for government agencies. This article explains how GSA Advantage! works, how to find GSA contracts there, and also lists government agencies that are eligible to buy from GSA Advantage!
Becoming a GSA contractor can propel your sales and change your business for the better. Let’s try to summarize the most obvious GSA advantages and see how they benefit your company.
This article explains how to find government contracts, how to prepare your business for bidding, how to bid for contracts, but most importantly – how to successfully bid for federal government contracts.
On July 1, 2019 General Services Administration (GSA) celebrates its 70th anniversary. In this article we briefly review the path GSA has gone through all these years.
The entire federal procurement system encompasses hundreds of thousands of products and services various government agencies constantly need. To fulfill the need, contracting officers open federal government contract solicitations for bids. Here, we explain solicitation number meaning, and how to decipher each part of it.