How GSA negotiates pricing can be confusing to a first-time contract holder but knowing the process and reasoning behind the GSA pricing structure could make or break how you do business with the Federal Government. Even seasoned contract holders should be familiar with how the GSA pricing system works so they can get the most out of their contract and stay compliant with the terms and conditions.
On October 1, 2019 the General Services Administration (GSA) consolidated their Multiple Award Schedules program from twenty-four unique schedules into just one. This huge operation involves moving every existing contract from the current system over to their new one. As this process continues, GSA is starting to enforce their contract compliance rules a little more strictly than before. Now's the time to examine your contract for ways to remain compliant to avoid any problems.
Do you know what the real benefits of being on the GSA Schedule are? Learn the top 10 reasons (and advantages) why you should consider it.
The U.S. Small Business Administration has just announced its findings on the Federal Government’s 2018 fiscal year, and it is great news for American small businesses. 2018 marks the 6th consecutive year the Federal Government has met their small business contracting goals. Not only did the federal government meet this goal in 2018, they surpassed it by $15 billion.