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GSA Security Schedule 84

What-is-a-GSA-ScheduleIf your company is looking to expand government sales and provides law enforcement equipment or security related solutions, you may want to consider obtaining a GSA Security Schedule 84 Contract. The contract is formally known as the GSA Total Solutions for Law Enforcement, Security, Facilities Management, Fire, Rescue, Clothing, Marine Craft and Emergency/Disaster Response Schedule 84 Contract. However it is frequently referred to as the GSA Security Schedule or Schedule 84.

GSA Security Schedule Sales

In fiscal year 2018, government buyers spent nearly $1.3 billion through the GSA Security Schedule. Sales under the Schedule were almost evenly split between products and services.

What Type of Products & Services Qualify for Schedule 84?

The GSA Security Schedule includes more than 100 subcategories, known as Special Item Numbers (SINs). The SINs cover a wide range of security solutions including, but not limited to:

  • Alarm & Signal Systems
  • Special Purpose Clothing
  • Marine Craft & Equipment
  • Firefighting and Rescue Equipment
  • Professional Security & Guard Services
  • Law Enforcement & Security Equipment
  • Law Enforcement & Security Training

Get Help Obtaining a GSA Security Schedule 84

Federal Schedules, Inc. has been saving companies time and reducing the stress involved in obtaining GSA Schedule Contracts since 1986.  We can help you through each step of the process – from strategy development and proposal preparation, to GSA Schedule Contract award and post-award management. For more information, see GSA Schedule Proposal Helpcontact us, or call us at 703-709-8700 for a quote.

Related Resources

Beginner's Guide to GSA Schedules

  • GSA Schedule Benefits
  • GSA Sales by Schedule
  • GSA Schedule Eligibility Requirements
  • GSA Market Research Tips
  • Steps to Obtain a GSA Schedule

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New to the Government Market?

A GSA Schedule Contract can be a valuable tool when pursuing government opportunities. However, if your company has less than two years in business or little experience in government sales, a GSA Schedule may not be the best starting point.

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