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Government Capabilities Statements: Examples and Outline

What is a Government Capabilities Statement? A Capabilities Statement tells prospective clients who you are, what you do, and how you are different from your competitors. It...Read more

GSA Basics: Reporting Quarterly GSA Contract Sales

Within 3 months of receiving a GSA contract, vendors will need to report their sales.  This is required within 30 days of the close of each calendar quarter, even when...Read more

Government Contracting: How to sell to Prime Contractors

Seeking subcontracts with prime contractors can be an effective government contracts strategy, but not always easy to do.  Prime contractors are required to subcontract...Read more

Selling to government: Price Reductions to S&L Governments

Can state and local government entities be given additional price reductions, otherwise known as "spot discounts" under the Schedule contracts? Yes. State and local...Read more

Must GSA Schedule contractors accept orders from S&L agencies?

Are Schedule contractors required to accept orders from state and local government entities? Read more

What is eBuy?

eBuy is an online Request for Quotation (RFQ) tool designed to facilitate the request for submission of quotations for a wide range of commercial supplies and services...Read more

What eTools are used to buy GSA Schedule products and services

GSA Advantage For products or services not requiring a scope of work, the GSA Advantage!® online shopping and ordering system includes supplies and services under all of...Read more

Are Disaster Recovery Purchasing orders under GSA subject to the IFF?

Are Disaster Recovery Purchasing orders subject to the Industrial Funding Fee (IFF)? Yes. Each Schedule contract price includes an industrial funding fee, which is...Read more

In GSA Contracts, how are state and local governments defined?

The General Services Administration Acquisition Manual (GSAM), Part 538.7001, Definitions, offers the following definition of state and local governments: Read more

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