Major disruptions have a way of accelerating changes, like the recent large-scale adoption of work-from-home policies. With a sudden and likely lasting rise in teleworking due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it has never been more important to get IT solutions and services to the federal government. As an IT GSA Schedule contractor, now is the time to step up your marketing to federal agencies.
If you want to sell your products and services through the GSA Schedule, you’ll need to know how to find opportunities in your industry. Like any other business decision, federal contracting requires research into potential costs, benefits, and industries. As a GSA Schedule contractor, North American Industry Classification System codes (NAICS) can help you better understand what opportunities exist in your field for advancement in the federal contracting sphere. NAICS codes designate specific industries with specific codes, and these codes are then related to certain Special Item Numbers (SINS) used to classify goods and services on GSA Schedules.
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