Prequalify for Government Business

Becoming a GSA Schedule holder essentially means you have been qualified to do business with the government.  In doing so, you reduce the risk for government buyers.   Why do buyers avoid risk? Because their job security is on the line and a substandard performance by a vendor reflects poorly on the buyer.  Becoming a GSA Schedule holder also increases your potential customer base.  Billions of contracting dollars are funneled through GSA each year and these contracts are only open to GSA Schedule holders. 

Tackling the paperwork needed to apply for a GSA Schedule is a daunting, but manageable process.  After sixteen years of preparing and assisting businesses in completing their GSA Schedule proposals, Fedmarket has the procedure down to a science.  We offer you personal, hands-on assistance in a comfortable work environment and you can complete your proposal in three days.  Or consider dropping the project in our laps and we'll complete your proposal and will see you through to award. 

Fedmarket offers the following GSA solutions: 

Fedmarket's GSA eLab
- A three-day workshop to complete your GSA proposal.  More...
Date/Location: June 26 - 28, 2012 in San Diego, CA
Course: Three Days. From 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Register here or call 301 652 9504, Ext. 2 to learn more.

Other Upcoming 3-Day GSA eLab Dates and Locations:

  • May 8 - 10, 2012 in Bethesda, MD
  • July 10 - 12, 2012 in Washington, DC

Other GSA Proposal Solutions:

GSA Proposal Full Service - Fedmarket writes, files and negotiates your GSA offer for you. More...

GSA Proposal Assistance - Fedmarket writes your proposal for you and your company, using strategies gleaned from Fedmarket, negotiates with GSA on its own. More ...

Need more information? Contact me.

For more information or to register by phone, call 301 652 9504 and press 2 to speak to a Fedmarket sales representative.

Visit www.fedmarket.com
888-661-4094, Ext 2.


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