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  • Geri Haworth's picture
    Geri Haworth
    Sharing two great instructional documents on conducting searches within FPDS.  Thank you to Sandra Clerk-Brown at the Greater Southwest Acquisition Center for creating these and making them available.  
     
    Last Activity: 5/4/2013 4:11 PM
    in Schedules Contractor Success - Marketing Matters!
     
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  • Luis Medina's picture
    Luis Medina
     
    Last Activity: 5/4/2013 4:11 PM
    in All about interact.gsa.gov
     
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  • Darlene Upshaw's picture
    Darlene Upshaw
    The 2nd Annual Government Transportation Forum will present up to date information on trends and technologies within the Transportation Industry and Federal Government, training on GSA’s new transportation technology solutions, education on the Office of Governmentwide Policy’s pro
     
    Last Activity: 5/4/2013 4:11 PM
    in Events & Training
     
    smaung
    Dear Sir,I will not able attended training at your location.Because I am living at South East Asia region.Therefore, could you please send me the training subject to my email.Thanks and regardssma
    Jack.R.Alexander.Jr
     Hi SMA,I did a quick web search and found the topics to be covered on this page: http://www.gsa.gov/portal/content/115304 Specifically what topics will be discussed at this event?Government subject matter experts will discuss:Information...Read More
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    B2G_in_DC_JSchaus
    Why “Gov Events” Matter
     
    Last Activity: 5/4/2013 4:11 PM
    in Small Business First
     
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  • Geri Haworth's picture
    Geri Haworth
    Thank you to our Greater Southwest Acquisition Center  for sharing their tutorial on how to conduct searches within FPDS.  (you can find them in the document section of this group).  As you know, FPDS is a powerful database that can be used to conduct market research and see what and who are buying in the government.  It's a good place to start to develop and hone in on your target market.  For questions or comments about these instructions you may contact Sandra Clerk-Brown at 817-850-8211 or sandra.clerk-brown@gsa.gov.
     
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    in Schedules Contractor Success - Marketing Matters!
     
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  • Geri Haworth's picture
    Geri Haworth
    GSA Schedule Contractors (and industry considering the Schedules program)  -  it is highly recommended that you join the group "GSA Contractor Success - Marketing Matters".  There is a 4-part free video series that provides information and references to assist you in the difficult job of selling your products and services to the federal government.  http://interact.gsa.gov/groups/contractor-success
     
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    in GSA Sustainability Forum
     
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  • suzett's picture
    suzett
    I am always seeking ways to grw my business, but I find it difficult to market to other buyer, contractor, and administrative personnel, who work for GSA...I belive gaining ones trust and coversating being available for comments is important. working relationship grow from business, and from a genuine concern for ones well being. We live in a word where people are afraide to build relationships, but GOD has given me an open mind and a willing heart to believe there is some good in everyone, and man can not live on bread alone.
     
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  • christy.jackiewicz's picture
    christy.jackiewicz
    Happy New Year Small Business!  October 1 started our new Fiscal Year!! There is so much going on as the year is getting started.
     
    Last Activity: 5/4/2013 4:11 PM
    in Small Business First
     
    adward
    Just wondering! if the Admins at GSA are the technical Experts lecturing others in the Highly technical world of Campaign Administration. Who is safe when the government buys them over?
  • MAS Blogger's picture
    MAS Blogger
    Section 1331 of the Small Business Jobs Act of 2010 authorized discretionary use of set-asides against multiple award contracts (i.e. Multiple Award Schedules).  This includes setting-aside orders to 8(a) contractors. The provision did not authorize the use of sole-sourcing under the various small business programs.
     
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  • ConsultU's picture
    ConsultU
    I would like for someone to assist me with the specifics of the Contractors Teaming Agreement when it is between a Large Business MAS contract schedule holder and a small business MAS contract schedule holder. Can anyone assist me with this information?
     
    Last Activity: 5/4/2013 4:11 PM
    in Multiple Award Schedules
     
    MAS Blogger
    Hi 'ConsultU': I sent you an email. Note that we're having another webinar on CTAs, Thursday, Dec. 8 at 2:30pm EDT. http://interact.gsa.gov/gsa-event/webinar-gsa-schedule-blanket-purchase-agreementscontractor-team-arrangements-0 

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