Learn how to get your products and services in front of agency buyers through the GSA Schedule. This guide will show you how to access instant government business through listing your business and products in a schedule. This guide is complete with required forms to start the process of obtaining a listing. GSA assists with procurement work for other government agencies. As part of this effort, it maintains the large GSA Schedule, which other agencies can use to buy goods and services. The GSA Schedule can be thought of as a collection of pre-negotiated contracts. Procurement managers from government agencies can view these agreements and make purchases from the GSA Schedule knowing that all legal obligations have been taken care of by GSA.
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Chapter 1: The General Services Administration
Chapter 2: GSA Schedules - the Big Picture
Chapter 3: Building Relationships and Partnerships
Chapter 4: Getting on a GSA Schedule
Chapter 5: Additional Considerations
Chapter 6: Marketing Your Contract
Chapter 7: Accounting and Payment Methods:
Appendix A: GSA Business Service Center Regional Offices
Appendix B: GSA Schedule Solicitations
Appendix C: GSA Supply Service Customer/Vendor Relations