Whether you offer translation services or foreign language classes, if your business specializes in language services, GSA Schedule 738 II could be the right application for you.
Federal agencies count on GSA Schedule 738 II to find solutions for their language services needs. Businesses in this area are providing American Sign Language training and translation, interpreting, cultural consulting and accessibility services.
If you want to start selling to the public sector, a GSA Schedule is one of the best ways to access the market. Businesses with established contracts are viewed as industry experts, and are getting their fair share of an underused market.
Your business can apply for GSA Schedule 738 II if your specialization falls into one of these five categories:
- Translation Services
- Interpretation Services
- Training and Educational Materials
- Comprehensive Linguistic Analytical Support Services (CLASS)
- Services for the Visual and Hearing Impaired
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