GSA at Your Office

Fedmarket's "GSA at Your Office" proposal writing service begins with proposal preparation and ends with GSA schedule revenue.

Our service is designed to allow you to complete the proposal without leaving your office. In addition, it allows you to involve just the right individuals in the GSA Schedule proposal writing process: those that have domain expertise in pricing, sales, operations and administration.

Call 888-661-4094, Ext. 2 to learn more.


Proposal Writing Services

Fedmarket helps you win business by writing persuasive and compliant proposals for you.

An expertly constructed proposal gives you the opportunity to close the deal with the government - whether you need to fight off the competition or unseat incumbent.

Read about Fedmarket's approach to writing compelling and compliant proposals - click here.

View Successful Federal Proposal Samples

Download Fedmarket's Complimentary Compliance Matrix/Proposal Writing Schedule

Call Steve or Jon at 888-661-4094, Ext. 2 to quote your next RFP.



Access Your Free GSA Contract Management Tool Today!

You worked hard to win your GSA contract award, we don't want to see you lose it now by overlooking GSA contract management.

Fedmarket is giving you free access to our GSA Contract Manager. Pick up the phone and call Jon or Steve today at 888 661 4094, Ext. 2, to activate your complimentary account.  The GSA Contract Manager is web-based and manages all aspects of GSA contract compliance. Read more...

This is not a trial, the account is for the term of your GSA schedule contract. Call today to take advantage of this 100% free offer. No credit card required, just a phone call to activate your account.



Complimentary Consulting, eBooks and Webinars

The best things in life are free, help yourself to Fedmarket's complimentary offerings and improve the way you do business with the government.





Additional Fedmarket Resources

How to Succeed in the Government Marketplace Blog




Richard White, Federal Sales Consultant & Strategist Blog

  • Multiple Award Contracts
    The federal market is rapidly moving to the use of Multiple Award Contracts (MACs) because the bureaucracy has to cut down further on competition to operate under tight purchasing budgets. You must have a MAC to win contracts unless you sell products priced under $3,000.
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