These nine questions are designed to help you determine if you need a GSA Schedule. The questions are based on our experience in GSA Schedule Contracting. Accordingly, the results of the test should be used as a guideline and not considered a recommendation. Use your own experience to temper what these nine questions tell you.
1. Are you seeking a schedule for construction, architectural and engineering, or research and development services?
2. How many years have you been in business?
3. Does the firm have a positive net worth?
4. Is the firm currently profitable?
5. Does the firm have positive working capital?
6. Have you had $25,000 in cumulative sales over the past two years?
7. Do you have the ability to supply 6 or more qualified business references who will say good things about you?
8. What are your discounting practices?
9. Are product/service invoices available?
Seek a GSA Schedule! Your answers indicate that a GSA Schedule Contract would be an ideal tool for you to make federal sales.
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