GSA Schedules: Which one should I go after?

Posted by Robert Kelly on Mar 28, 2011 11:20:00 AM

Which of the GSA Schedules is best for your firm?

GSA has about 33 different GSA Schedules that have over 30million products and services. Usually the choice is pretty simple.  If you sell engineering services, you would pursue the Schedule 00CORP - the Professional Services Schedule (which absorbed many services schedules including the old Engineering Service Schedule (871)).  If you are a hardware store, you would choose the Hardware Superstore schedule  (Schedule 51 V).

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Topics: GSA Contract, GSA Schedules, GSA Schedule

GSA Contracts: Should I Bother Getting a GSA Contract

Posted by Robert Kelly on Feb 3, 2011 9:24:00 AM

Interested in selling to the government, but not sure a General Services Administration (GSA) Schedule Contract is worth the cost and effort?  Consider the facts: Federal Agencies prefer to buy from GSA Schedules, GSA Schedule sales exceeded $38.8 billion in the 2010 fiscal year, and a Schedule Contracts is potentially a 20 year contract with the world’s largest client.  So, while it is possible for your firm to sell its product or service to the U.S. government without getting on a GSA Schedule Contract, it certainly isn’t advisable in most cases.  A GSA Schedule Contract can quite literally take your firm’s government business to the next level.

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Topics: GSA Contract, GSA Schedule

GSA Schedule wants Sustainable Products

Posted by Robert Kelly on Oct 7, 2010 3:45:00 PM

GSA Schedule program to feature Sustainable Products

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Topics: Green Government, GSA Schedule

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