GSA Schedule Industries

With more than 40 billion dollars in sales moving through GSA Schedules each year, obtaining a GSA Schedule Contract and specializing it for your industry can be a huge advantage on your competition. It can also be extremely profitable for your business.

If you want to obtain a GSA Schedule Contract, you first have to start with the right Special Item Numbers (SINs). Applying to the wrong SINs can result in your application being rejected and having to start the process all over again.

If you’re unsure what SINs apply to your business, our expert team can help determine which is the best course of action for you.

There are over 300 different SINs that apply to a wide variety of industries, and all the SINs together cover 11 million products and services provided by companies across the nation.

GSA Schedule SINs can be broken into 12 categories, depending on what your business is providing commercially, you can decide what fits you best. We can help you decide which category is best for your business.

  • Facilities
  • Professional Services
  • Furniture & Furnishings
  • Scientific Management & Solutions
  • Human Capital
  • Security &Protection
  • Industrial Products & Services
  • Transportation & Logistics Services
  • Information Technology
  • Travel
  • Office Management
  • Miscellaneous

Helping THOUSANDS of businesses for the past 30 years

No matter what industry you’re in, We Can Help You Through the GSA Schedule Application Process

"Capitol 50's contribution and expertise were influential in our contract's award. We are now proud contract holders under SIN 511210 Software License; looking forward to selling our unique product to federal, state and local government buyers!"

CEO, SecureAuth

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