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

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Getting Your Own GSA Schedule vs. Partnering with a Reseller

By: Bradley Wyatt
March 10th, 2021

If your company has recently made the decision to start selling its products or services to the government through the General Services Administration's (GSA) Multiple Award Schedules (MAS) Program, an important next step is to consider whether you would like to obtain your own prime GSA Schedule contract, or if you would like to partner with an authorized GSA reseller.

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How to Choose the Right SIN and Avoid GSA Rejection

By: John Abel
March 8th, 2021

Professional services, SaaS, cloud solutions, power tools – if your company is selling it, GSA (probably) has a Special Item Number (SIN) for it. Previously, the GSA Schedules Program was separated by Schedule number and limited contractors to one scope of work per contract, including Information Technology, Professional Services, Hardware, and more. With the new Multiple Award Schedule (MAS) Consolidation, contractors have the ability to pursue more SINs on their GSA Schedule than ever before.

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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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GSA to Implement the Verified Products Portal (VPP)

By: Isabel Sabie
March 1st, 2021

Whether you are a current or prospective GSA Schedule contractor, it is vital you remain aware of any upcoming changes to the federal procurement process. A source for many important changes is the General Services Administration’s (GSA) Federal Marketplace Strategy, which aims to refine and improve the federal marketplace by reducing barriers and improving access for federal buyers and sellers.

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GSA Creates a New Look for Beta.SAM.gov

By: Stephanie Hagan
February 22nd, 2021

If you’re at all familiar with federal government websites, you know they often look archaic and aren’t always the easiest to navigate. However, in the past few years, certain government agencies have been working to update their websites so they streamline functions and have a better user experience. The General Services Administration (GSA) has begun to modernize not only the performance of their sites but the look as well. GSA eBuy was revamped last year, and now beta.SAM.gov is getting a refresh.

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What Happens If Your GSA Schedule Proposal Gets Rejected?

By: Haley Lawrie
February 17th, 2021

Putting together a GSA Schedule proposal is a lot of work—we don’t sugar coat that. A lot of our clients have come to us having attempted a Multiple Award Schedule (MAS) proposal by themselves, and after going through all the work of putting together documents and submitting them to the eOffer system, they receive a rejection notice. This means that they have to start back at the beginning of the process, which can be extremely frustrating after putting in time and effort into the proposal. Let’s dive into some tips into your next steps if your GSA Schedule proposal is rejected.

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GSA Launches the Assisted Services Information System (ASSIST) 2.0

By: Stephanie Hagan
February 16th, 2021

The General Services Administration (GSA) is constantly creating programs and platforms to help make the acquisition process more efficient. From procurement platforms like GSA Advantage! and GSA eBuy, to catalog management initiatives like the upcoming Verified Products Portal (VPP), GSA has myriad resources out there to help GSA contractors succeed in the federal marketplace. One of these resources is the Assisted Services Information System (ASSIST).

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