The GSA contracting process can be a daunting task that takes a lot of energy and focus away from your business. By enlisting the help of the professionals at Government Services Exchange, you will save time, money, and resources. We eliminate the guesswork and strive to make government contracting easy.
At GSE, we help businesses, small and large, gain access to the trillions of dollars the U.S. Government spends on Contracts. We will help you to become more competitive and create a brighter future for your business.
We will cover everything from registration to proposal optimization. No matter the size of your business, we will help you navigate the problematic government contracting process and give you a pathway to success. Let our professionals do what they do best while you spend time managing and growing your business.
Government Contracting Services
GSE is proud to assist businesses with applications, paperwork, marketing, and securing contracts in all of the following areas.
SAM Registration & Renewal
The System for Award Management (SAM) is the first step to securing contracts with the Federal Government. Once you register with the SAM, you’ll be given a CAGE code that will act as an identifier for your business.
The federal government aims to award 25 billion in contracting dollars to Women-Owned Small Businesses and Economically Disadvantaged Women-Owned Small Businesses. Being a certified WOSB/EDWOSB will level the playing field for underrepresented businesses owned by women.
The federal government looks to award at least three percent of contracting dollars to Veteran-Owned Small Businesses and Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Businesses. Receiving a VOSB/SDVOSB certification provides your business with limited competition among government contracts.
GSA Schedule Contracting
GSA Schedule Contracts are a gateway to trillions of dollars of federal government spending. These long-term contracts provide businesses with a vehicle to sell products and services to federal, state, and local government agencies. It is the biggest and best contracting opportunity on the market.
Five percent of the $500 billion in annual government spending is awarded to disadvantaged businesses. The 8(a) Program was developed to provide socially or economically disadvantaged companies an equal chance of securing federal contracts.
Historically Underutilized Business Zones (HUBZones) were introduced through the Empowerment Act of 1998. The goal of the US Congress was to increase employment opportunities and economic development in distressed communities.
The U.S. Federal Government is the single largest purchaser of goods and services in the world. In fiscal year 2020, more than $6 trillion was spent. Fittingly, it is tempting for small businesses to want to sell to them, but it can be a challenging task. At Government Services Exchange, we have the tools and experience to help your business sell to the federal government. No matter what size your company is, GSE can guide you through the demanding process. If you’re ready to get started, fill out our form below.
You will need marketing and research tools to capitalize on contract opportunities with the government. GovExpert is a one-stop-shop marketing database where you can find contracts to bid on, market to government agencies, sub-contract, find partners, and much more.
From our Clients:
“We appreciate the expedience and attention to care and the consistency with follow up. Of course, there always many decisions to be made in business, our entire staff is very pleased to say using Government Services Exchange was one of the good decisions we have made.”
“Just a note to thank Government Services Exchange for a job well done! The team’s expertise and leadership, deserve a bright spotlight! Their excellent guidance for our company, Steel Toad Consulting, is most worthy of attention.”
“GSE offers top-notch quality, service and rates. Everyone one on their staff is very professional, knowledgeable and willing to assist right away. We were not only able to update our current GSA contract, but enhance our opportunities through avenues we were not currently registered for.”
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