Due to recent contract migrations, there has been a noticeable increase in rejected new offers – in particular for the Professional Services Schedule (PSS). In an attempt to keep up with an overwhelming workload, GSA contracting officers have developed a more standardized Schedule acquisition process. In turn, vendors without “perfect” Schedule PSS proposals are being rejected and are made to fall back in line for yet another 12 months before their evaluation process begins.
Differentiators are used to promote the top areas in which a company truly excels. Highlighting differentiators allows a company to distinguish itself from other government contractors who may offer similar products or services. However, while differentiators are a very important piece of government contracting, they are often overlooked, underdeveloped, or outright forgotten. Make sure your differentiators are strong and stand out to interested government buyers.
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 recently released the request for proposals (RFP) for the much anticipated, $50 billion ceiling, Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions (EIS) contract. Here’s what you need to know before considering submitting an offer or working as a subcontractor to a primary contract holder.
General Services Administration (GSA) schedules are an easy and effective way for customers and vendors to handle federal government contracting. This program helps provide savings, flexibility, shorter lead times, transparency and a host of other benefits. GSA schedule management is a vital component to any successful government sales strategy. Here are our top 10 things to think about before, during and after embarking on the process:
So you finally have your GSA contract in place – what happens now? There are a number of things you can do as a contractor to ensure opportunities are carefully monitored that will improve your chances of getting federal contract awards.
As a government contract holder, you need to understand that business won’t just fall into your lap - you must be proactive. But how can you be proactive, if you don’t know where to start?