Get a GSA Schedule Contract

If you want to sell to the government you need a GSA Schedule to be a contender. You wouldn't try to play tennis without a racket, or hockey without a stick would you? You wouldn't stand a chance of winning, and you would be putting yourself at an unfair disadvantage. Without a GSA Schedule your company is at a disadvantage to sell to the government. Why?
  • Buyers love buying through GSA.
  • The GSA schedule system is a quick, efficient buying mechanism.
  • Buyers can stay out of trouble, reduce their workload, and make federal end users happy.
Vendors who have done business with the government in the past are being urged by buyers to "Get on a Schedule" if they want to continue to sell to the feds.

Attend Fedmarket's GSA Proposal eLabPlus
Dates and Locations:

  • March 1 - 3, 2011 in Bethesda, MD
  • March 22 - 24, 2011 in Chicago, IL
  • April 5 - 7, 2011 in Bethesda, MD
  • May 3 - 5, 2011 in Bethesda, MD

>> Questions about GSA Schedules? Contact Me

Register Online - Click Here
Register by phone 888 661 4094, Ext. 2

Our instructors will walk  you through the offer preparation process and, by the conclusion of the event, your proposal will be completed. Many vendors procrastinate for months, GSA proposal preparation is fraught with issues and questions, and because of its unpleasantness it is the easiest thing on your task list to postpone. Take the bull by the horns and  get it done now.  By doing so, you will place yourself ahead of your competitors who are not GSA Schedule holders, and open your company up to the GSA marketplace. 

For more specifics about the GSA Proposal eLabPlus - Click Here

If you would like to hear from or speak to past attendees, consider visiting our testimonial page. Many testimonials include contact data. Read more...


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