What You Need to Know About the Federal Supply Schedule

Federal Supply Schedule

The GSA’s Federal Supply Schedule (FSS) program simplifies the procurement of commercial supplies and services for federal agencies, allowing them to save money by purchasing in volume. A Federal Supply Schedule is a contract published by the GSA schedule contracting office that includes the details required to place delivery orders with schedule contractors. Through the […]

What are GSA Auctions?

GSA Auctions

Regarding secondhand items, consumers are always on the lookout for great deals. Thus, it is not uncommon for people to be suspicious when they see an advertisement for a vehicle, for example, at a price much lower than its market value. This option is not always the case, however. Assets no longer needed by federal […]

What is a Cage Code?

Cage Code

The federal government loves to use specific codes and acronyms for its processes. The CAGE Code is one of these terms. However, understanding this particular term is extremely beneficial to the GSA applicant. CC is an identifier the federal government uses to identify businesses and their legal affairs with the government. A CAGE Code is […]


ECONOMY, POLITICS, WAR .. OH MY! This video goes through the general information we talk through in a typical sales call. Why now could be the time to get a GSA Contract in 2022, especially with the economic downturn. A GSA Contract will help a Small Business break into (or expand) government sales by connecting […]

How to Become a GSA Vendor? Win a Government Contract Bid in 10 Steps

How to Become a GSA Vendor?

The government of the United States of America is widely acknowledged to be the world’s greatest buyer of goods and services. Federal agencies acquire virtually everything, including research and technical support. But the federal government does not buy anything without going through a clear process and giving certain things more weight. Because of this, a […]

GSA GWACs: The Essentials


The term Government-wide Acquisition Contract (GWAC) refers to an agreement in which multiple government agencies combine their purchasing power to acquire goods or services. Specifically, A GWAC allows the federal government to obtain creative solutions for Information Technology systems at a lower cost to taxpayers. One of the main selling points of GWACs is they […]

What Does GSA Stand For?


The GSA or the General Services Administration is an autonomous agency of the United States federal government. The General Services Administration or GSA was founded in 1949 to manage and support other federal agencies’ fundamental operations. Since the GSA’s inception, the agency has evolved into a prolific opportunity for businesses of every size and industry […]

TAA Compliance: The Importance of Remaining TAA Compliant

TAA Compliance

If you wish to become a GSA Schedule contractor, you must first complete a few prerequisites before you can begin developing your GSA Schedule Proposal. One of the requirements you must have is to comply with the Trade Agreements Act (TAA Compliance). At first, this may seem daunting. However, everything seems overwhelming when you start […]