The Naked Truth: GSA and Service Proposals

Take an hour, or take 30 minutes, and get the facts about what goes on behind closed doors in the world of government contracting.

Fedmarket offers two 30-minute webinars giving you an insider's view of the GSA schedule process and the federal proposal evaluation process. The "Veiled Truth" series is being offered on November 20, 2014.

"The Veiled Truth about GSA Schedules" on November 20, 2014, at 1:30 pm (EST), to learn all you need to know to determine if pursuing a GSA schedule is in your company's best interest. 

Many companies spend multiple hours researching the pros and cons of obtaining a GSA schedule contract. The information available is often biased and vague. Take 30-minutes and gain a clear understanding of the value, if any, of a GSA schedule to your company.

Topics covered:

  • What a GSA Schedule Is
  • Why GSA Schedules Exist
  • Why are GSA Schedules considered "Prized Possessions"
  • How GSA Sales Drive the GSA Schedule Organization
  • How GSA Assesses Your Company's Potential for GSA Sales
  • Why GSA Schedules aren't the Solution for All Contractors
  • How GSA Works Against You When You Submit a Proposal
  • With GSA -Appearances are Everything

"The Veiled Truth about Federal Service Proposals" on November 20, 2014, at 2:15 pm (EST), and find out what really scores points when writing a federal services proposal.

This webinar is designed for services company pursuing federal contracts, learn all you need to know about playing the federal proposal game.

Topics Covered

  • The Services Proposal Dilemma
  • The Federal Proposal: The Dreaded Term Paper Is Back
  • How the Technical Proposal is Scored
  • How the Price Proposal is Evaluated
  • What you must do to score an A or an F?
  • The Multiple Award Contract (MAC) is the New Game is Town
  • Beyond Multiple Award Schedule Contracts
  • Will the Inherent Problems of Federal Service Proposals Ever be Solved?

Call 888-661-4094, Ext. 2 for more information or to register by telephone.


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