We’ve often been asked, what is a GSA Schedule? The answer isn’t as complicated as it seems.
GSA Schedules are contracts that businesses make with the government in order to sell their products or services to government agencies. The main goal with a GSA Schedule is to completely streamline the buying process by having all the information up front so all buyers have to do is make a decision.
The application process to get on a GSA Schedule can be complex and confusing because the government makes a strong effort to effectively vet all prospective sellers before they’re given a contract. This way, when buyers are looking at companies to purchase from, they can be sure they’re buying from a verified source.
GSA Schedules include negotiated rates and prices so buyers can easily order knowing prices are reasonable. Obtaining a GSA Schedule opens your business up to a world of government buying opportunities that wouldn’t be available without it. If you want to expand your business to the public sector and gain an advantage over your competitors, a GSA Schedule might be right for you.
Many businesses may have heard of a GSA Schedule, but they aren’t sure what it is or how to get started. That’s where our team steps in. We can teach you the basics of a GSA Schedule and help you determine if it’s the right fit for your business.
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GSA Schedules can be a tough field to navigate on your own. If you have questions, we have answers. At Government Contract Services, we have over a quarter of a century of experience helping businesses earn their keep in the government contract business.
We know you’ve worked hard to get your business where it is today, let our team help you navigate through the application so you can continue to be as successful as possible.
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Research GSA Schedules by Industry
GSA Schedules can be broken into two categories: product industries and service industries, although some schedules do contain both. Depending on what your business is providing commercially, you can decide what schedule fits you best.