Get Your GSA Schedule Contract for the Buying Season

The federal government's fiscal year ends on September 30th. Although there are no guarantees, most federal contracting experts believe that the federal 4th quarter spending spree is going to take place later this year. Savvy federal contractors know how to take advantage of the massive spending that annually takes place as the end of the government's fiscal year approaches. 

Do you?

Although it may already be too late to have a GSA Schedule contract in hand by the end of the summer, your firm has to start at some point. If you get your proposal into GSA soon, GSA's contracting officers will accept phone calls from federal buyers that want to purchase from your company and, as a result, GSA may move your offer to the head of the line in order to accommodate that buyer's needs.   So get started now!  Projected expenditures for Fiscal Year 2012 are expected to be in the neighborhood of $530 billion.   Be  prepared to get a piece of that pie. 

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