The latest insights for government contracting success, GSA Schedule assistance, & IT Manufacturer support.
The GSA Schedule is meant to be a living document that changes and grows with your business. Contractors can modify everything from administrative points of contact to product and service pricing, descriptions, and more. Contractors can submit modifications to:
While the federal government goes to great measures to protect sensitive information from cyberattacks and unnecessary leaks, there is a lot more transparency to the public than you may think—if you are willing to ask for it. Under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), you are able to request information from participating government agencies that you would find useful such as business and market revenue projection in terms of government contracting, as well as valuable contacts from an event or webinar you may have attended. FOIA requests can be a useful tool in learning more about government sales. In this blog, we’ll talk about what a FOIA request is and how you can use it to your advantage.
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.
GSA Schedule | Resources and Insight
For new GSA Schedule contract holders, juggling the new task of managing sales from another larger purchaser like the government can be daunting. With the likelihood of increased sales or the search thereof in finding opportunities for future business, it’s important to be aware of GSA compliance requirements such as meeting the GSA minimum sales requirement.
Government Business Development | Technology
The General Services Administration (GSA) is responsible for making sure contractors remain compliant with the government’s cybersecurity policies, which help to ensure the resilience of government systems and networks. To do business with the government, it’s important to understand current Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR) and other government regulations, which defend against compromising sensitive government information.
GSA Schedule | Government Business Development
The federal government is continually searching for ways to make the procurement process more efficient. One way this is accomplished is through GSA Schedule flexibilities. GSA offers several Schedule flexibilities that make it far more convenient for buyers and sellers to interact with one another. These flexibilities simplify the acquisition process, further streamline the ordering process, reduce administrative work, and potentially even expand business opportunities for sellers. These tools can be beneficial to both buyers and sellers when used appropriately to minimize repetitive efforts, reduce costs, and maximize profits and priorities. Examples of GSA Schedule flexibilities include Blanket Purchase Agreements (BPAs) and Contractor Team Arrangements (CTAs), which offer distinct differences. In this blog, we’ll be covering what BPAs and CTAs are and how contractors can use them to their advantage.
Are you in the process of putting together an offer for a GSA Schedule or bidding on a government solicitation and want to ensure your company is meeting all the compliance criteria? Well, Section 508 may apply to you. If you plan on supplying Information and Communication Technology (ICT) products and services to the federal government, you’ll need to outline your company’s ability to comply with the revised Section 508 standards. Here’s what you need to know about this legislation and how it fits into the federal government.