What is a GSA Schedule?
The General Services Administration (GSA) Schedule Program was created to streamline the federal procurement process. GSA reviews companies interested in obtaining a GSA Schedule Contract, examining factors including commercial sales practices, capabilities, financials, and past performance. If a company is qualified, GSA will negotiate and award a GSA Schedule Contract, which contains pre- negotiated pricing, terms, and conditions. Federal buyers – and in some cases state and local government – can then use that GSA Schedule Contract to facilitate purchases from the company. The buying process is simplified because GSA has completed the bulk of the procurement process on behalf of government buyers.
GSA Schedule Consulting
TCFEB will guide you through the process of obtaining a GSA Schedule Contract irrespective of your size or industry. Some of the requirements include:
Products/Services That Fit Within the GSA Schedules Program
At Least 2 Years in Business (Exception for GSA IT Schedule)
Products Compliant with the Trade Agreements Act (TAA). The End product must be manufactured or substantially altered within the U.S. or a designated country.
Whether you believe you may meet the minimum requirements, would like to create a plan to meet them, or aren't sure about the GSA schedule consolidation program, contact us. Request a remote "Virtual Coffee" meeting with us and we'll set you on the right path.