GSA Schedules: Avoid the Public Bid Process

Avoid the public bid process and save time and vast sums of money that would otherwise have been spent writing a proposal.

How? Start the work required to obtain a GSA Schedule contract today.

Sign up for the next GSA Proposal eLabPlus and have your completed GSA proposal in hand by March 25, 2011.

Upcoming GSA Proposal eLabPlus Dates and Locations:

  • March 22 - 24, 2011 in Chicago, IL
  • April 5 - 7, 2011 in Bethesda, MD
  • May 3 - 5, 2011 in Bethesda, MD
  • May 24 - 26, 2011 in Orlando, FL

>> Register today

Most federal buyers prefer working with GSA Schedule contractors. Why?  Because the federal purchasing official can request quotes from three schedule contractors or review their awarded pricing on GSA Advantage and then close the sale quickly rather than posting the opportunity as a public bid.  Buying through a Schedule contractor can be accomplished in a matter of hours or days.  The typical timeframe for the award of a public bid is almost three hundred days! Buyers are passing over vendors who are not GSA Schedule holders; do yourself a favor and stop procrastinating. 

Questions?  Call 888 661 4094, Ext. 2 or contact me.

About GSA Schedules: GSA Schedules are IDIQ contracts awarded to numerous vendors. When negotiating the award of a Schedule contract, GSA and the contractor agree to a stated price or rate for the vendor's product or service.  Both vendors and federal buyers have made using Schedules contracts the preferred way to conduct government business. The Schedules program is open to all businesses, from small to large, and the program is fairly comprehensive. Furthermore a company's GSA Schedule proposal can be submitted to GSA at any time (unlike other federal proposals that can be submitted only during a prescribed period of time).

Fedmarket offers a range of full-day seminars covering topics such as GSA Schedules, federal sales and proposal development.
View the Fedmarket seminar calendar for upcoming dates and locations.
Many of the seminars are broadcast live over the web as Netcasts.

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For inquiries, call 301 652 9504. Press 2.


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