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Doing business with the government can be the best move your company makes. GSA schedules allow you to sell your products and services to the government on your price and termns.

Doing business with the government can be the best move your company makes. GSA schedules allow you to sell your products and services to the government on your price and termns.

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  • Why Do Business with the Government With a budget of more than $500 billion, the U.S. government is the largest consumer of products and services in the world. Federal, state and regional agencies represent a tremendous market for small businesses. Many businesses have learned that government contracting work can be a steady and reliable source of income since the government must continue business in both good times and bad.
  • Federal Spending  $2.5 trillion per year  $8.49 billion a day  $28.5 million per hour  $475,000 per minute  Almost $8,000 per second
  • The GSA The U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) is the purchasing agent for the government with an annual procurement spend of tens of billions of dollars. The role of the agency is to simplify the buying process and to aggregate the government’s buying power to achieve the best value for the hundreds of federal agencies, as well as state and local buyers who are eligible to participate.
  • What is a GSA Schedule? The GSA Schedule can be thought of as a collection of pre-negotiated contracts. Procurement managers from government agencies can view these agreements and make purchases directly from GSA Schedule holders knowing that all legal obligations have been met and approved by GSA. There is no bidding on orders between $3,000 and $150,000.
  • GSA eBuy What about orders over $150,000? Procurement agents will list their need for product/service and schedule holders will have first access to bid on these contracts. This is an electronic, paperless procedure called eBuy.
  • Benefit of GSA Schedule Using the GSA Schedules Program, GSA establishes long-term government-wide contracts with commercial businesses to provide access to more than 11 million products and services. Small businesses will be able to realize the benefits of government contracting by becoming an approved vendor on the GSA Schedule, which can lead to increased visibility and credibility for their business.
  • Making the Most of Socio-Economic Status The Government is MANDATED to spend up to 43% on set aside businesses. The government sets aside 43% of its total budget for businesses.23% to (S) or small business and 3-5% additional for any other Socio-Economic listed below. Socio-Economic Indicators signify the business size and business status          s o w v dv d 8a h 8m - Small business. - Other than small business. - Woman Owned business. - Veteran Owned Small business. - Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small business. - SBA Certified Small Disadvantaged business. - SBA Certified 8(a) Firm. - SBA Certified HUBZone Firm. -Women Owned Small Business/Economically Disadvantaged
  • Minimum Requirements for GSA MAS Program  Two years in business in most cases  Minimum of $25,000 in annual revenue each      year in the last two years Ability to set pricing (hourly, by job, product, square feet, etc.) No felony convictions in last 3 years on any and all principles of the business No company bankruptcy in the last 3 years No IRS liens or other government liens without a payment plan in place No Federal bid rigging charges in the past
  • Ask Yourself…  Will this new revenue stream help you company’s growth?  Would becoming an approved, long term preferred government vendor provide other benefits with…your suppliers, your staff, and even help pick up additional non government business?  Would being a preferred vendor to the government give you an edge over your competition?
  • Government Development Center The Government Development Center was established in 2011. We have distinguished ourselves as one of the most respected and fastest growing Government Application Processing Organizations in the industry. We also serve as a marketing and compliance organization to provide long term partnerships with our clients. All of these services help us stay up-to-date with the ever evolving Government sector.
  • More about GDC Our professionally trained staff provides consulting services at no charge to business owners in order to help small to large businesses determine whether or not entering the government market will be beneficial to their company. In addition we also review the growth potential and have several types of packages to fit just about any business. We are often able to increase a company's revenue 20 -- 60 percent. We are a full service provider. This includes processing for all Federal, State and Local certifications and programs. We offer a 100% guarantee on our service. GDC is fast becoming the most trusted company in the industry.
  • Our Expertise  Certifications (8a, 8m EDWOSB &       WOSB, HUB, VOSB, SDVOSB) Registrations (DUNS, CCR, ORCA, SBA, State) GSA Multiple Award Schedules Program State MAS programs Marketing and Compliance Business Development in Government Markets Proposal Assistance
  • Contact Us Government Development Center 7150 114th Ave N, #100 Largo, FL 33773 888-232-3650 x 123 www.gsaprocessing.com www.facebook.com/Government.Development.Center