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.

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Here are the main required steps for submitting a proposal:

  • the client into the picture regarding key FAR and GSAR clauses.
  • , eOffer and so on. We also help you get a digital certificate.
  • with preparing the Offer, and composing Technical and Cost Proposals.
  • discuss our price thresholds and develop negotiation objectives.
  • th  Procurement Officer on your behalf.
  • d, we help you prepare the Final Proposal Revision (FPR) letter.
  • price lists to GSA Advantage!

What is required by my company for the GSA submission?

To submit your proposal to GSA your company must have a SAM registration, which in turn requires a D.U.N.S. number. You will also need to provide financial statements, pricelists, product catalogs, technical specifications of products you are to sell to the government, and other information that may depend on the type of the Schedule and your product. You will also need to provide any legal documents, contracts and agreements required by the GSA.

How long does it take to submit the proposal?

Typically a submission takes a business day or two. But the entire review process, from the moment of submission to the award, can take anywhere from 8 to 12 months.

What departments are involved in the GSA Contract process?

First of all, Sales and Finance. Also, a Signatory Authority will be required to sign documents for the GSA Contract submission.

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