The U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) manages the GSA Schedule Program to help connect federal purchasers with cost-effective and high-quality products and services. Obtaining a GSA Schedule can help your company do business with the Air Force and other federal government agencies. For more information, please see "Getting on Schedule" at the GSA website. When using GSA Schedules, federal agencies have the opportunity to meet small business goals while promoting compliance with various environmental and socioeconomic laws and regulations.
The GSA Schedule Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) provide a variety of information regarding the GSA Schedule Program and the use of GSA Schedule contracts. To obtain any government contract, including a GSA Schedule, businesses must complete several registration requirements, which also are described on the GSA website.
GSA recommends that before submitting an offer to obtain a GSA Schedule contract, companies should complete Pathway to Success, an education seminar designed to assist prospective Schedule contractors in making informed business decisions regarding whether obtaining a GSA Schedule contract is in their best interests. The seminar provides background information on the GSA Schedule Program and addresses GSA’s expectations for companies to become successful Schedule contractors. Pathway to Success may be accessed from the GSA Vendor Support Center (VSC) under the "Training" tab.