Myths about face masks can put you at risk. Here are five mask myths you need to know to keep yourself, your business and your family safe.
In short, PPE stands for Personal Protective Equipment, but what really is PPE and why is it important during the current COVID-19 pandemic?
As the need for PPE continues to grow, new players are entering the public sector. Here's what you need to know about selling PPE to the government.
Because of supply chain interruptions and increased demand for PPE like N95 and KN95 masks, manufacturers have had trouble maintaining adequate supplies.
Two of the primary masks used during the COVID-19 pandemic have been the N95 mask and the KN95 mask. But what is the difference between these two masks?
With COVID-19 in mind, it’s important to recognize how to best protect your employees with PPE and other measures when reopening your offices.
The U.S. government has clauses in place that address small business set-asides and sole-source opportunities for economically disadvantaged businesses.
This webinar will help identify some significant issues related to federal contracting over the coming months during COVID-19 and help attendees ensure new and continued contract performance.
To support the U.S. government’s fight against COVID-19, GSA is temporarily allowing the procurement of non-TAA compliant products under FSS contracts.
GSA has temporarily raised the MPT and SAT to allow buyers to more efficiently obtain relevant supplies and services to combat the Coronavirus.
GSA Schedule Contracts are a go-to source for procurement year-round and especially during the Coronavirus pandemic.
While selling to commercial customers can be tricky in the current economic climate, selling to the government is a safe & profitable option.
Federal agencies may continue paying contractors to maintain employment for contractor personnel, even if the contract is subject to a stop work order or delay.
The CARES Act includes the largest emergency stimulus package in United States history and provides aid for the Coronavirus crisis.
3D printing is a recommended solution to the mask supply shortage. GSA is searching for contractors with 3D printing capabilities for Coronavirus relief.
Contracts that opt in to the disaster recovery program can appear in Disaster Relief on GSA Advantage!, enabling purchasers to quickly find what they need in emergencies.
Under the Defense Production Act, the President can require companies to produce equipment or products necessary for coronavirus.
Utilizing the DPAS as a defense contractor can be good for your business as well as good for the benefit of others during the coronavirus response.
GSA and VA Schedule holders will undoubtedly see an increase in sales for Coronavirus response products and services.
President Trump signed a disaster declaration in response to the Coronavirus, or COVID-19. GSA is designed to continue to function in times of national emergency or disaster.