Fifth Step – GSA Management

After you have your GSA Contract, you have finally made it to the starting line – GSA Management. I know that sounds bad, you thought the race was over. It helps to think of getting your GSA Contact as Basic Training, and now you are ready for battle. Winning with your GSA Contract takes (1) […]

Fourth Step – GSA Registration

Getting a GSA Contract gives you several advantages over your competitors. The greatest of these advantages is that you are granted exclusive access to the GSA systems, which many federal buyers use on a daily basis. These web-based systems let you know about opportunities before they are public, and they also help to advertise your […]

Third Step – GSA Clarifications & Negotiations

Congratulations if you make it to GSA Clarifications with your Offer, most that make it this far are awarded (eventually!). Primarily, you are celebrating that your offer has not been rejected. It won’t feel like a celebration, however, since in reality you will receive an email with a list of demands and likely a short […]

Second Step – GSA Offer Preparations & Submission

The General Services Administration (GSA) Federal Acquisition Service (FAS) offers contract vehicles called “GSA Contracts.” Vendors who want to improve their marketing and efficiency of selling to the Government can acquire GSA Contracts. This cumbersome process is built to frustrate, often times resulting in multiple rejections. Unless you have someone with federal contracting experience in-house, […]

First Step – What GSA Schedule is Best for Your Company?

The General Services Administration (GSA) Federal Acquisition Service (FAS) offers contract vehicles called GSA Schedules. Vendors who want to improve their marketing and efficiency of selling to the Government can acquire GSA Contracts. This cumbersome process is built to frustrate, often times resulting in multiple rejections. Unless you have someone with federal contracting experience in-house, […]