Jul 08 2010

What are GSA schedules? GSA contracts?

Category: Business & Economy

Answer:

GSA creates contracts, usually 5 years in length, with firms that have been approved to provide goods and service to the federal government. The GSA Schedule is actually a compilation of contracts that the government has already approved. This makes it easy for federal agency managers to buy products and services because they know that all of the firms on the schedule have been pre-approved by GSA. Many companies will proudly display their GSA designation on their website or place of business since many of them sell to the public as well. It’s a way of saying, hey the government buys from us, you should too.


Tags: , , ,


 

 

Challenge this Answer and/or Discuss