GSA Contract Compliance Software

Winning a GSA Schedule contract award is just the beginning, satisfying the requirements of the government's General Services Administration (GSA) doesn't end there.

Obtaining a GSA Schedule contract award is a feather in any government vendor's cap. The steps to receiving this coveted award involve the completion of a lengthy federal proposal and passing GSA's arduous review process. Unfortunately the fun doesn't stop there. Once you become a GSA Schedule holder the focus shifts to keeping your 5-year GSA contract in compliance - the risks of non-compliance can be, at best an annoyance, at worst carry heavy fines and/or disbarment.

No one wants to see their schedule revoked yet so many loose ends make up the compliance process it is easy to end up at fault even after giving it your best effort.

Fedmarket has a developed a web-based compliance program that assures you your "i's" are dotted, and your "t's" are crossed. The program, the GSA eContractManager gives the user a succinct understanding of the GSA Schedule process and details each of the requirements that make up the whole of "staying in GSA compliance."

The user inputs data taken directly from their GSA award letter, the GSA eContractManager calculates the company's compliance schedule based on this input. A how to, where and when, follow each of the required tasks. No prior knowledge of GSA Schedules is required to master the GSA eContractManager, anyone with a computer and internet access can tackle the administrative end of GSA compliance requirements.

The GSA eContractManager was developed by Fedmarket's President Richard White. Mr. White is a federal contractor, author and entrepreneur who headed a 300-person computer services organization and a 1,100-person federal facility management division. His book, GSA Schedules: The Fastest Path to Federal Dollars demonstrates the depth of his knowledge of the GSA Schedule program.

Fedmarket has other successful products and services, including that provide support for small- and medium-sized businesses selling to the government.

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