The GSA Schedules program is all about the opportunity to grow your Federal business and increase Federal contracting. Many firms have grown their GSA Sales tremendously as they grow beyond one or two initial government contracts.
It is widely used by Federal Agencies, as is depicted in the chart below. In Fiscal Year 2013(ended September 30, 2013) GSA Schedule sales was about $35 billion, plus another $10 billion in VA sales.
While there are many other types of government contracts available to businesses, having a GSA contract (or VA contract for medical products and services) is an essential tool in your federal marketing toolbox. This is especially true if you are a small business with few or no other government contracts.
We have prepared an infographic identifying the 2012 GSA Schedule winners and losers. To see the 2012 GSA Sales Report Infographic, updated in early 2013, click on this icon:
Additional GSA Schedule Sales analysis is presented below including a 6-year trend analysis of GSA sales and a table showing sales by GSA Schedule since 2008.
The top selling GSA Schedules over the past several years include:
GSA IT Schedule 70 - Information technology Products and Services
GSA PES Schedule 871 - Professional Engineering Services
GSA Schedule 84 - Safety, Law Enforcement, Fire, and related equipment and services
Federal Supply Schedule sales from 2008 through 2012:
Update December 2012