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The GSA Multiple Award Schedule (MAS) Contract facilitates the sale of products and services to the U.S. federal government. The contract is broken down into 12 Large Categories that are categorized by industry.

GSA Schedule Industry Large Categories

Most products or services that are TAA compliant and offered commercially – with the exception of weapons, ammunition, construction, and architecture services – can be can be sold through the GSA Multiple Award Schedule. Explore the industries below to see a breakdown of the specific products and services allowed on the GSA Schedule under each category.

Office Management
Furniture & Furnishings
Human Capital
Industrial Products & Services
Information Technology
Professional Services
Scientific Management & Solutions
Security & Protection
Transportation & Logistics Services

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“After sitting through a local PTAC seminar about getting on the GSA we thought we were savvy enough to navigate the waters ourselves. After several months of putting together an application, back and forth with the GSA and many more months of waiting we received a rejection letter. We learned the hard way that we needed a consultant.

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What is a
GSA Schedule?

The GSA Schedule is a contract companies obtain to sell products and services to the US federal government.  It streamlines the government sales process because it contains pre-negotiated pricing, terms, and conditions.

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GSA Schedules

Learn what the GSA Schedule Contract is and what steps are needed to obtain the contract.

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