GSA Schedules: The Path of Least Resistance

A GSA Schedule is the most direct way to lower your barrier of entry into the federal marketplace. It provides you with a tool that the feds want to use to purchase from you. The reality is that preparing a GSA Schedule proposal can be a painful experience because of the unnecessary complexity of GSA's Request for Proposal (aka the "solicitation") and because of GSA's ever-changing rules and requirements. 

Fedmarket's 3-Day GSA eLab is a workshop designed to help our students overcome the myriad of complications associated with preparing one's GSA proposal. 

Fedmarket's 3-Day GSA eLab helps to ensure that:

  • You avoid leaving money on the table with what could be one of your largest customers because we help to maximize your proposed pricing and provide you with important negotiating strategies.
  • Your unique situation is presented in a compelling and persuasive way.
  • No information is lost in translation because your staff writes the proposal. 
  • You don't drag out the production of the proposal. Upon the conclusion of the eLab, your proposal should be ready for filing with GSA.   

Ready to start the process to GSA award? The approach is simple:

  1. Register for Fedmarket's 3-Day GSA eLab.
  2. With the assistance of our experts, choose the Schedule contract that best fits your product or service.
  3. Complete the information gathering outlined in Fedmarket's "Request for Information" document.
  4. Spend three days with Fedmarket and tackle the project.
  5. Leave with a ready-to-submit GSA proposal offering.  

The celebration of your future success starts now!

Fedmarket has been preparing and negotiating GSA Schedule proposals 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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