GSA Schedule Proposal Options

There is more to writing a GSA Schedule proposal than meets the eye.  If you have the time and tenacity, you can plow through the paperwork, fill in the blanks, submit your proposal and keep your fingers crossed. At best, you can expect multiple requests for revisions from your GSA Contracting Officer and, at worst, your proposal may be flat out rejected.  Unbeknownst to may, rejection isn't always the worst case scenario.  What is conceivably worse is negotiating low price points (or low contract pricing) and having future price increases tied to the originally agreed-to pricing.  You will never recoup those precious points you gave away during negotiations over the life of the contract. 

If you are serious about selling to the government, take the preparation of you GSA Schedule proposal very seriously.  Once you submit your proposal to GSA, it can take six months or conceivably more to receive your award (or rejection notice).  A proposal that is carefully and well prepared can expedite the review process, result in the award of a contract, and position you to win lucrative business with the government.

There is more than one way to complete a GSA Schedule Proposal with Fedmarket. Our services include the following:

Call 888 661 4094, Ext.2 to find out more about each option.

Fedmarket has been preparing and negotiating GSA Schedule proposals for clients for more than 16 years. We submit countless GSA proposals each year and our success rate is unmatched in the industry.

We have thousands of satisfied customers; check out the positive feedback from our clients here.

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