When President-elect Joe Biden takes the stage today and recites the oath of office, he’ll become the 46th president of the United States. With the inauguration comes not only a new president and vice president, but a new administration. This means that policy priorities and spending habits may change, and as a result, so will the government marketplace.
The sudden disruption to business caused by the COVID-19 pandemic has forced many businesses to rethink their business strategies either out of necessity or a desire for more stability. One of the few areas with a sense of certainty in this chaos has been government procurement. While selling to the federal government comes with its own challenges, being a government contractor provides the assurance that you can sell to one of the largest purchasers of goods and services in the world.
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.
It’s coming—on New Year’s Eve, GSA released a draft for Polaris, the new small business IT contract that is replacing Alliant 2. Polaris is a multiple-award IDIQ contract that will provide the federal government with IT services and IT service-based solutions with an emphasis on emerging technologies.
The System for Award Management (SAM) is an essential website for GSA contractors. In fact, you must be registered with SAM.gov before you can officially submit your GSA Multiple Award Schedule (MAS) offer. While it’s a basic requirement to becoming a GSA contractor, we know it isn’t always an easy process to get your SAM registration up and running. So, we compiled 11 SAM.gov registration FAQs based off our clients’ inquiries to help you go through the process smoothly.
If you look back at your 2020 plans and goals from last January, they probably don’t mention anything about a global pandemic. 2020 was an incredibly unpredictable year for all of us. Despite the economic uncertainty, government spending continues to steadily increase as agencies spring to action to make sure national, state, and local organizations have the resources they need to provide COVID-19 relief.
Managing a GSA Schedule contract is not an easy task. There are many moving parts, which require organization, knowledge, and upkeep. Part of this upkeep is making sure your contract is updated through various compliance requirements. In this blog I have outlined the Top 10 Most Forgotten Updates that contractors miss when managing their GSA Schedule contract.