About GSA Schedule
The General Services Administration (GSA) Schedule is a contract vehicle used by the U.S. federal government to purchase goods and services from pre-approved vendors at pre-negotiated prices. GSA Schedules simplify the procurement process for government agencies and allow them to purchase products and services quickly and easily.
To obtain a GSA Schedule contract, vendors must first meet certain qualifications and requirements, such as having a proven track record of providing high-quality goods or services, and completing a rigorous application and review process.
Once approved, vendors can list their products and services on the GSA Schedule, making them available for purchase by government agencies.