GSA Schedule Management is it time efficient?

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GSA Schedule work can take a significant amount of a small businesses time in order to make the schedule as successful as it can be for your company. There are many companies out there that will offer to help you manage this work but not all of them are really worth the amount they will charge. On the other hand there are some companies out there that are worth their weight in gold and much more.

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The Contractor Assistance Visit really has me worried!

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Make A Strong Impression At Your Contractors Visit

After you have received award of your GSA schedule you will be viewed upon as a schedule holder. One of the responsibilities of a schedule holder is to have someone who represents the company available for the Contractor Assistance Visits (CAV). GSA requires at least two visits during the tenure of the contract. This is not a time where you need to roll out the red carpet you want to be comfortable ...

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Why is Quarterly Reporting and IFF so confusing?

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This very simple process that the government has set up to fund their GSA and FSS has left many contractors confused about what they should and should not report as a GSA sale. I get questions from my clients every quarter about what to report and what not to report. As long as you follow a few simple rules it makes this process much easier.

1. Delineate federal customers in your accounting software. I know that in QuickBooks you are able ...

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