Some states have their own versions of Multiple Award Schedules (MAS) that businesses can apply for. These state term contracts are no where near as tedious as a GSA Schedule, but there is still work involved that takes time and can be confusing.
States like Ohio, California, and Texas each have their own versions of state term contracts. Like GSA Schedules, state term contracts are an agreement between the government and a business to sell products and services to state agencies. Each specific schedule is also awarded to more than one business, and there is no limit to how many businesses can hold one state term contract.
Depending on which state you’re interested in applying for, sometimes universities, community colleges and other forms of higher education can also use state term contracts to purchase goods and services.
If you’re interested in applying for a state term schedule in your state, Government Contract Services is the right partner to help you fill out the application correctly and quickly. Our team of experts can guide you to a successful relationship with government at the state level, and help you expand your business into the public sector.
Looking for advice on whether your business is eligible for a state term contract? Our team is ready to answer any and all of your questions. Applying for state term contracts can be a complicated process, but you don’t have to do it alone. We’ll make sure you know where your business stands and what certification is best for you.
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We’ve been helping clients manage their relationships with the government since 1990. Your team won’t have to worry about paperwork, negotiations or confusing government language. At Government Contract Services, we take care of the hard work for you.
Our team guides clients to successful GSA schedules in a wide variety of industries. Have questions? We’ve got answers. We can help your team better understand the process of selling to the government with our resources.
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