Monday, February 7, 2011

What Are GSA Schedules Really Good For?

GSA Schedule contracts are complex creatures. Books that run over 500 pages have been written about them. However, the basic question that companies always want answered is simple. What are GSA Schedules really good for?

The answer is also simple. They streamline the procurement process and minimize your competition.

GSA Schedules streamline the procurement process by reducing the number of steps a Contracting Officer must perform before awarding a purchase order. They allow the government to operate faster and under less burdensome procurement regulations, reducing the cycle time of a purchase.

GSA Schedules minimize your competition by limiting the procurement process to only those companies that also have similar GSA Schedules. It simply eliminates all competitors that do not have a GSA Schedule of their own.

No one should minimize the complexity of the GSA Schedule program. However, it is also important to maintain a focus on the big picture and remember that GSA Schedules, as much effort as they require, offer you unique opportunities to sell more, sell faster, and drastically reduce your competition.

You can learn more about these advantages at the Rozycki Associates, LLC Frequently Asked Questions page.


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