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Potential Vendors (GSAC)

Please refer to the documents below to answer questions about obtaining a GSA Multiple Award Schedule Contract. 

Overview on How to Get on GSA Schedule

Document Name Format File Size Publish Date
Overview on How to Get on GSA Schedule MS Word 14.7KB 12/15/2011

 

The Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) below have been created to assist you with implementing Clause 52.204-10, Reporting Executive Compensation and First Tier Subcontract Awards as part of Schedule 56 solicitations.

Executive Compensation and First Tier Subcontracting FAQs

Document Name Format File Size Publish Date
Executive Compensation and First Tier Subcontracting FAQs MS Word 29KB 1/8/2011

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What is the best way to maximize the potential to obtain these government customers? How can a company be the one that lends its expertise towards the government agencies complex needs? A guide on "How to Market to the Federal Government" is included (in the table below) to help companies address the following questions:

  • Where are the government customers?
  • What is a successful marketing strategy?
  • How can companies partner with GSA in order to be a better provider to federal customers?
  • What resources are available to assist in becoming a successful marketer?
  • How can GSA help?

Marketing to the Federal Government

Document Name Format File Size Publish Date
How to Market to the Federal Government Guide  A more in-depth presentation to assist contractors in marketing to the federal government. MS Word 2.22MB 9/1/2005

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