Will my GSA proposal ever be finished?

Writing a GSA Schedule proposal is an excruciating process. Many don't like to write, or they do it poorly, and others simply lack the experience necessary to prepare a well-written proposal. The problems are compounded by the fact that GSA's solicitation documents are virtually indecipherable and seemingly written in code. It's not uncommon for our clients to report that they have been struggling with their GSA proposals for a year or more.

Fedmarket's 3-Day GSA eLab will provide our students with the focus and the organizational structure needed to complete a proposal. Our experience and knowledge comes with having helped more than 1,500 companies turn their scattered documents into a GSA contract offer.

Visit Fedmarket and join us in one of our upcoming locations. Look at our seminar calendar, find the date and location that works for you, and get the proposal writing process over with!

Sign up today, gather your files, and get ready to dig in and get it done.

By obtaining a GSA Schedule contract, your company:

  • Shows its commitment to the federal market (the contract is a five-year contract with three, five-year options to renew)
  • Makes your products and services available to federal buyers on the government's online shopping mall, GSA Advantage!
  • Holds a valuable closing mechanism since a GSA Schedule contract allows you to close a deal in weeks as opposed to months on end
  • Reduces competition since federal buyers prefer to do business with GSA Schedule vendors

Select your GSA Proposal Preparation Solution:

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3-Day GSA elab Dates and Locations:

  • September 11 - 13, 2012 in Chevy Chase, MD
  • September 18 - 20, 2012 in Las Vegas, NV
  • October 16 - 18, 2012 in Chevy Chase, MD

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GSA Proposal Assistance Fedmarket writes your proposal and your staff handles the filing and negotiation of the proposal with GSA. More ...

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To register by phone, call 888 661 4094 and press 2 to speak to a Fedmarket representative.


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