GSA Proposal Development,
Submission & Negotiation
Securing a GSA Schedule Contract is not simply a matter of filling out paperwork; the proposal process can be complicated, lengthy, and time-consuming. Your GSA Schedule Contract establishes pricing, terms, and conditions that will dictate how you do business with the federal government for the term of your contract. The strategy behind the development of your proposal and pricing negotiations will serve as a foundation for future sales and is important to your success.
Our full-service GSA Schedule proposal assistance provides your company with a team of GSA Schedule Contract experts dedicated to your success. From strategy development and proposal preparation, to contract negotiation and award – your contracts team will complete as much of the work as possible, providing expert consultation throughout the process.
GSA Schedule Consultation
and Strategy Development
Our strategic implementation phase is designed to outline your organization’s goals and objectives for getting a GSA Schedule Contract and to develop a customized approach for your organization. Our strategy sessions outline and determine pricing structures and profitability requirements. We determine which products and/or services to offer to the government, as well as what discounts to offer GSA. We help you prepare for the impact of holding a GSA Schedule Contract and review your warranties, guarantees, and other terms and conditions for the products/services to be offered to the government.
GSA Proposal Development
We have a broad and deep understanding of the industries we serve, and we provide expert proposal development on behalf of our clients for all of their GSA Schedule Contract needs. We effectively and efficiently manage the entire proposal process – from completion of forms for signature to preparation of all representations, disclosures, and price lists. Our experienced team of contracting professionals ensures your proposal is perfect from each of the three critical perspectives: your’s, your buyer’s, and GSA’s.