U.S Department of Veteran Affairs (VA) 5 Year Contract - Federal Supply Schedule.

Do I need to be a Veteran-Owned Company to qualify? No. 

General Services Administration's (GSA) Federal Supply Schedules are large contracts through which federal agencies can acquire more than 4 million products and/or services directly from more than 8,000 commercial suppliers. They offer a vast array of brand name products-from office supplies and copier paper to systems furniture, computers and laboratory-and services ranging from accounting to graphic design, electrical, engineering, and environmental to landscaping. More than 1 million of these products and services can be ordered using the GSA Advantage! online ordering system. 

Call our VA FSS Help Line at (202) 470-2111

VA Federal Supply Schedule Service

This Service is responsible for establishing, soliciting, awarding, and administering the Office of Acquisition and Logistics’ National Acquisition Center Federal Supply Schedule Service, which currently consists of 8 active schedules. These schedules encompass such products as pharmaceuticals; medical equipment and supplies; dental supplies; x-ray equipment and supplies (including medical and dental x-ray film); patient mobility devices (including wheelchairs, scooters, walkers, etc.); antiseptic skin cleaners, detergents and soaps; in vitro diagnostics, reagents, test kits and sets; and clinical analyzers, laboratory cost-per-test. There are a total of over 1,200 contracts in place for various commodity groups. Annual sales against these contracts exceed $2 billion dollars. All Federal Supply Schedule contracts are multiple award, indefinite delivery-indefinite quantity types, and are national in scope. These contracts are available for use by all Government Agencies including but not limited to: VA Medical Centers, Department of Defense, Bureau of Prisons, Indian Health Services, Public Health Services, some State Veteran Homes, etc. Performance periods can be establishes up to five years in length. Delegated to VA by the General Services administration over 30 years ago.

GSA Schedule 5 Year Contract

GSA is the General Services Administration, a division of the federal government that oversees federal spending. Successfully completing a GSA Application requires following each and every guideline precisely during each step of the application process. We are experts in complying with the numerous requirements preferred by  contracting officers.

A GSA Schedule is an award presented to qualifying applicants through GSA. GSA facilitates the process of federal purchasing. A Contract Number is issued to any company awarded a GSA Schedule. Federal agencies utilize the GSA Contract Number to look up a company's contract, view the products and/ or services offered, and research terms and conditions online. A GSA Schedule is also referred to as a GSA Contract, a MAS (Multiple Award Schedule) Contract, and a FSS (Federal Supply Schedule.)

Government Business Report

This detailed report will be focused specifically on your company and industry. It will show spending trends, government spending as it pertains to your company, trends with competition and listing of contracting officers that are working in your industry, as well as what your competition is doing and expiring government contracts up to the year 2019, of these expiring contracts, 75% of which renew. This industry specific information allows you to be proactive towards what will be coming up as future opportunities.

GSA Modifications

GSA Schedule Holders may need to adjust their contract, meaning adding products/services or removing products/services, price changes, add or remove a negotiator, update a point of contact, change a phone, fax or mail. This all must be done by a modification. We will do this timely paperwork for you while keeping you in complete compliance and update all required documents.

Business Certifications

Our certification services will assist your company with completing and submitting your business certification application. An official certified/awarded business certification will enable you to compete for mandated set-aside funds and jobs of a particular group (woman-owned, veteran-owned, and minority-owned) just to name a few.

Note: Self-certification in the Systems for Award Management (SAM) system is not the same as an official certified/awarded certification from the certifying agency. A self-certification does not enable you to participate in the set-aside contracts.

Programs we provide application assistance for:

  • 8a Business Development (8a)
  • Woman-Owned Small Business (WOSB)
  • Economically-Disadvantaged Woman-Owned Small Business (EDWOSB)
  • Veteran-Owned Small Business (VOSB)
  • Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB)
  • Historically Underutilized Business (HUBZone)
  • Woman Business Enterprise (WBE)
  • Minority Business Enterprise (MBE)

Website Design

If your current website isn't up to the task of effectively promoting your company, our staff of dedicated designers and programmers can create a dynamic new website that will sizzle with content and links and more importantly, get your company noticed.

Government Research

Because you have to do more than just respond to bids in order to be successful. You have to know the Government prospect as you would a commercial customer, Prices - Award History - Forecast Expenditures - Competitors and Contracting Officer knowledge.

Our staff are experts in identifying opportunities through extensive research from start to finish offering bid history research and writing services.

Press Release

GovBizOpps professional writers can support your business with corporate marketing services that include professionally written news release distributed over the AP-Wire satellite system.

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