Getting A GSA Schedule: A Step By Step Guide 2008 Edition
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This book is your guide to unlocking the mysteries of GSA Schedules, and their limitless revenue opportunities. Businesses with GSA Schedules are awarded a potentially lucrative contract, lasting between five and twenty years. However, it is only after the contract award that many government customers are able to begin purchasing the vendor's goods and/or services. . GSA Schedules are Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contracts that allow all federal agencies to more easily purchase products and serv
eLearningGuru said The Definitive Source for Getting on the GSA Schedule. The GSA schedule is one of the most complicated, bureaucratic endeavors you will undertake in your search for new business. Looked a long time for a one-stop-source for getting on the Schedule. Finally found it in this book. Has EVERYTHING you need since this is a multi-step process. All laid out clearly. I am on my way to get on the schedule!! Saved me big bucks with a consultant.. A disappointment -- an overview and nothing more S. Drilling As a small business owner without thousands of dollars to spend on consulting services to create my GSA proposal, I had hoped this book would provide the detail needed to complete the task.The "Getting a GSA Schedule - A Step by Step Guide" by Scott Orbach and Judity Nelson is a well written high level overview of the process required to get on schedule with GSA -- it is most assurably NOT a step by step guide.A step by step guide would have included detailed checklists and sample documents (more than just the subcontracting plan and sample letter of supply.)The book pro. "not worth the price - consolidation of information from the net" according to ender wiggin. not a real value. much of this was readily available for free on the internet. if you have to have it, get a used copy.
The information in this book, presented in as jargon free a manner as possible, provides step by step guidance through the process of completing and negotiating a GSA schedule proposal.
Orbach has been invited to address a number of organizations, including the Small Business Administration, Small Business Development Centers, Washington D.C. He is the co-author of the recently published book: Getting A GSA Schedule. An accomplished speaker with more than 15 years experience in business consulting and contract management, Scott A. Prior to co-founding EZGSA, he was president and co-founder of MidLantic Contract Management, which provided IT, financial, GSA Sched