Norcal PTACNorthern California Procurement Technical Assistance Center

GSA Multiple Award Schedule – Is It Right for Your Company?

GSA Multiple Award Schedule – Is It Right for Your Company?

Thursday, October 28, 2021 10:00am to 11:30am

Cost: $75.00
Norcal PTAC clients can attend this webinar for free with our discount code. Contact your Procurement Specialist for your discount code.

Ever since you registered in the System for Award Management (SAM) to do business with the federal government, you’ve been probably receiving calls from telemarketers insisting that you need a GSA Schedule – the so-called magic bullet to sell to the federal government. But is it really that valuable? Are you actually eligible to bid? 

A GSA Schedule can be an important tool for selling to government buyers, but not every business can benefit from it. Understanding what is involved in getting a GSA Schedule and what’s required to keep it long-term is essential before making a proper Bid/No Bid decision.

This webinar is designed to achieve the following results:

Give you insight into the workings of the General Services Administration (GSA) Multiple Award Schedule (MAS) program;
Assess if you qualify for a GSA schedule given the proposal requirements;
Help you understand the basis of award for pricing and the future implications of the Price Reduction Clause;
Teach you from a compliance perspective what will be necessary to keep the contract and generate revenue;
Help you decide, ultimately, if the program is a good fit for your company.

Target Audience: small businesses interested in getting a GSA Schedule

Cost: $75.00
Norcal PTAC clients can attend this webinar for free with our discount code. Contact your Procurement Specialist for your discount code.

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