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Get on the GSA MAS Schedule for IT Services

The U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) can get you best in value contracts through their technology purchasing programs. The U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) Multiple Award Schedule (MAS) Program simplified the government procurement process by combining 24 schedules into a single contract. Getting on the GSA MAS Schedule is done through a specific process. To benefit from the GSA’s system, you will need to follow this process carefully. That’s where ReqWin comes in.

We have helped hundreds of clients obtain GSA Schedule contract awards. ReqWin has a qualified, deeply experienced team of GSA experts. If you want to get on GSA MAS Schedule, we can help. We have a 100% success rate and we will work hard to achieve success for you.

ReqWin works with each client to determine the appropriate MAS Categories to offer, and how to maximize the number of labor categories available on your Schedule. We provide full lifecycle GSA MAS Schedule support including:

  • GSA MAS Schedule Strategy

  • Technical Proposal

  • Past Performance write-ups

  • Labor Category Selection

  • Pricing Analysis

  • Proposal Submission

  • GSA Negotiations

  • Post-Award GSA Schedule Modifications

  • GSA Audits

Benefits for GSA MAS Schedule

  • U.S. government agencies buy Information Technology goods and services this way, to the tune of $15 billion a year.

  • This is an efficient and straightforward way to enter the federal marketplace. You can learn the ropes for how the government buys in the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR). All of the requirements you need can be discovered through investigation or a qualified consultant.

  • Part 8 in the FAR defines whether or not a Contracting Officer can buy indefinite goods (IDIQ). The GSA MAS Schedule is an IDIQ, which holds the highest selling potential for your business.

  • Your competition in this system is low, where you will have a large number of opportunities to bid and only compete directly against two-three other companies.

Why You Should Hire ReqWin

ReqWin is founded by a former United States Contracting Officer, Contract Specialist and Contracting Officer Representative. His thought leadership and extensive industry expertise have created a system that wins. Here are some reasons clients hire ReqWin:


Our team is available and qualified to answer all of your contract questions.

  • We provide a full scope of services: from application to awarded contracts.

  • GP has templates and documentation ready-made for every stage in this detailed process.

  • We know every tip and tactic to make your GSA Schedule contract competitive.

  • There are no additional or hidden charges for more SINs or different categories of labor. Our flat fee covers everything we will do for you.

Our team is on your side! When you are ready to get started, we are here to help every step of the way.


How to Get Started With the GSA MAS Schedule

ReqWin has helped people with minimal knowledge of this field quickly learn all they need to know and gather all relevant materials to be awarded contracts. If you collect the right materials to begin with, you will have a 90% chance of approval. Here’s what you need to get started:

  1. Two years of financial statements.

  2. Three relevant project experiences.

  3. Invoices and cost of service.

This is just the starting point. Reach out to learn the full range of what you will need to prove, provide and plan for to be approved.


Fact vs. Fiction: About the GSA Schedule

  1. The GSA Schedule is not the end all be all in government contracting. You don't need it to be successful, but it's a good start. It will give you an advantage but many companies have been successful without it. There are other Government-wide Acquisition Contract vehicles (GWACS) in the market. GSA Schedules is the only one with open enrollment year-round. Others are GSA 8a Stars, CIO-SP3, NASA SEWP, Alliant, etc.

  2. You do not need to hire us or a consultant to complete your GSA Schedule application. Go to eOffer.gsa.gov for more information. The benefit of working with us is the approval rate and expert knowledge of what works and what does not work. It takes about 60 hours to complete an application.

  3. Only apply for a GSA Schedule if you are serious about doing business with the Federal Government. It requires time and money to win a government contract. Expenses include:

  • Proposal writers ($2K - $10K per proposal)

  • Business Developers ($2K-$5K monthly)

  • A part-time contract manager ($1K - $2K)

  • HR Staffing (varies % of salary)

You can do these things in-house as well, but we do not want you to get a GSA Schedule if you are not ready to compete.

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