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How does Price Reporter collect the information required for a GSA proposal?

Typically, we hold one or two meetings in person to understand your goals, needs, and to present you with options. The rest of communication can be virtual, in the form of conference calls or e-mail messages. Once we prepare an offer for submission, we hold another meeting with you, so you can acknowledge the final document package, and make some last minute changes, if necessary. Then we submit your proposal to the GSA.

What are the steps in submitting a GSA proposal?

Submitting a GSA proposal is a complex process that requires multiple steps. Surely, pursuing a GSA Schedule may not be your only or even your primary priority at the time, so Price Reporter did everything possible to simplify the submission process, to make sure the client is only involved when it is really necessary.

Why should my company get a Schedule?

A GSA Schedule is one of contracting vehicles the government uses for federal acquisitions. The goal of GSA Schedules is to simplify the procurement process by allowing federal, state, and local agencies to purchase goods and services they need directly, via GSA contracts the government signs with vendors.

How to Get On A GSA Schedule

If you own a business, it is important to maximize your access to as many market sectors as possible. One huge market sector is United State is the Federal Government. This is a 1.1 trillion dollar sector of the U.S. economy that offers lucrative potential for companies that can provide goods and services to the government. Whether it is the Department of Agriculture, the Department of Homeland Defense or the Army, Navy, Air Force or Marines, opportunities await vendors who can assist the United States government in its service to its citizens.

What is a GSA Schedule 70

Introduction

Becoming a government contractor can be very profitable for a private firm. Although the public sector is marred with inconsistencies, a firm is better off doing business with the government because it always has capital.

A Guide to Getting GSA Schedules

If you are involved in any business or procurement process, there is a good chance that you are aware of the General Service Administration’s (GSA) Multiple Award Schedule (MAS), which is also referred to as a “Schedule”. If you want to sell to a Federal Agency or to State or Local Government, it is mandatory that you get a schedule. If you are awarded a schedule and establish an ID/IQ, your business turnover will improve. So now, you are probably wondering, “What is a Schedule, and how do I get one?”

How Does A GSA Work

A GSA schedule can be a complicated and daunting subject. The contracts have many complexities and small details that can potentially cause confusion if you don’t know what to look for in them. If you go into a GSA contract without understanding what it means for you, it can lead to disastrous consequences. To keep that from happening, read this detailed breakdown on what they are, what they mean for you, and how to use them to your advantage.