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The latest insights for government contracting success, GSA Schedule assistance, & IT Manufacturer support.

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GSA’s Policy Landscape Entering Q3

By: Natalia Ventura
May 3rd, 2024

Recently, the General Services Administration (GSA) released a webinar covering policy landscape in the government Q2 of FY24. During this webinar, they explored various topics relevant to current and prospective GSA contractors. In this blog, we’ll discuss changes that were implemented in Q2 FY24 and what’s expected in Q3 FY24 (April through June), such as robo mods, TDR changes, and new regulations regarding Supply Chain Risk Management (SCRM).

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Four Reasons to Invest in GSA Schedule Consulting

By: Stephanie Hagan
May 1st, 2024

As global conflicts continue, causing inflation, supply chain shortages, and other negative economic impacts, many businesses turn to the public sector to expand their markets and find a more stable stream of opportunities. Even if the commercial markets are not performing well, the government is always in need of supplies and services to keep our agencies and programs running. However, even if you know some of the government contracting basics, getting your own government contract and finding time to maintain contract compliance can be a large ordeal to take on yourself. As GSA Schedule consultants, we at Winvale help our clients acquire a GSA Schedule and offer maintenance and compliance assistance throughout the entire contract. With over 20 years of experience, we’ve seen the many ways our clients have profited from public sector consultants. But we know it's not always easy to justify hiring someone to help you through this process.

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Top 10 Reasons to Get on the GSA Schedule

Top 10 Reasons to Get on the GSA Schedule

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.

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Important Roles for Your GSA Schedule

By: Stephen Denby
April 29th, 2024

Whether you are in the process of obtaining a GSA Schedule or already have one, it's essential to understand the roles responsible for not only acquiring your contract, but maintaining post-award compliance. A lot of our clients ask us what the specific roles mean and who they should have filling these positions. In this blog, we’ll discuss the standard roles you must fill for your GSA Schedule, and what's expected of them to maintain contract compliance.

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GSA Schedule | Government

What is CPARS?

By: Stephanie Hagan
April 26th, 2024

When you go through the GSA Schedule acquisition process, you are evaluated on many levels. From administrative and financial records, to past performance and your pricing, GSA takes a close look at your company. This is because GSA wants to ensure you are going to be a reliable contractor and can supply the products and services you intend to offer. However, once you have made it successfully through the acquisition process and are awarded your GSA Schedule contract, the evaluations don’t necessarily evaporate.

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How to Optimize Your GSA Schedule Pricelist

By: Matthew Lewis
April 24th, 2024

If you have recently been awarded a GSA Schedule, you may be wondering what can you do to make sure your rates and offerings remain as competitive as possible? As a GSA Schedule holder, one of the most important aspects of maximizing the potential of your contract is having an understanding of best practices from a pricing standpoint. When can I raise my rates? When should I consider adding additional items to my GSA Schedule? How can I view my competitors’ rates? These are some of the questions GSA contractors should consider.

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Teaming and Subcontracting: Partnering for Success on Your GSA Schedule

By: Lucy Hoak
April 19th, 2024

For current and prospective government contractors, partnering with others is key to achieving success in today’s competitive government marketplace. By teaming up with other contractors, you can expand the scope of your offerings, allowing you to compete more easily for government opportunities. While all types of businesses can benefit from partnering, small businesses in particular can use their contracting partnerships to grow their footprint in the government marketplace.

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