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Posts By Joshua Ladick
While the act of offering a GSA Contract expedite can be valuable in serving federal buyers, it could be mis-utilized. Congress will be reviewing this complex practice in the nearing months (or years), to guarantee that this is not mis-utilized, and fairness is practiced among the Federal Acquisition Community.
The writing on the wall says we can expect Reverse Auctions to grow even more popular in the coming years. Here’s a look into their Past, Present, & Future.
Everything points to 2015 being a blockbuster year for Small Business. I will focus that projection on small government contractors.
Unless you fully grasp your buyer , and their motivations, then you may struggle to sale to them. This holds true in the federal market. Contracting Officers and Procurement Specialists follow the greatest rulebook ever when it comes to procurement guidelines. There is seriously so much “Red Tape” that I am now amazed that theRead… Read more »
It is as good a time as ever to evaluate the federal environment and draw some conclusions on the effects of the sequester. Many other factors come into play when considering the Federal Market from the perspective of a Government Contractor. Every Industry will be effected differently, because some are ripe for cuts and othersRead… Read more »
There is no shortage of links I keep in my bookmarks, but here are the webpages I use on a daily basis. If you work with a GSA Contract, or are thinking about getting one, then these are all very helpful links to have. Learning the ins-and-outs of each webpage will pay-off in the end.Read… Read more »
GSA Advantage sales reached a total of $506 million in 2012. Below you will see some of the important statistics of how GSA Advantage sales were broken down by # orders, # items, and sales. We also provide a breakdown of sales by GSA Schedule. One of the most noticeable patterns I see is thatRead… Read more »
Yes. Here is another statistical blog post. Sorry, but this is good information and helpful for many federal contractors to see where their GSA Schedule stands up against the others when it comes to federal spending. Below is a standard ranking by GSA Schedule based on the dollar sales volume. Hope you find this helpful.Read… Read more »
The 2012 GSA sales statistics are not very surprising overall – a tight budget lead to a drop in GSA Sales, and the Demand Based Model cancelled many GSA Contracts. However, there are some interesting facts that surface when you look at them altogether. GSA Focus recently updated our GSA Schedules pages, which outline theRead… Read more »