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Is there a resource, like a check list, that itemizes the requirements for a new schedule?

Is there a resource, a check list, that itemizes the requirements for a new schedule? A list of what needs to be gathered and submitted?

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jladick
<p>Hello Eric,</p><p>I posted a blogpost a while back outlining a pretty thourough list of documetns for any given GSA Schedule. Here is a link:</p><p><a href="http://www.gsascheduleservices.com/blog/list-of-gsa-offer-documents/">http://www.gsascheduleservices.com/blog/list-of-gsa-offer-documents/</a></p><p>Take note that not all schdules require all of these documents listed. Buried in the forst 20 pages of the Solicitation ther is usually a good list of document requirements. If you would like to discuss further, feel free to call me at (760) 550-9320.</p><p>Josh Ladick<br />GSA Focus, Inc.</p>
ericpope
<p>Thanks for the input.</p>
Amalgamated Services
<p>I just was awarded the GSA Schedule 03FAC and looking for any assistance on uploading the information into SIP.&nbsp; Step by step&nbsp; instructions on this would be great.&nbsp; Any information would be helpful</p>
mspalding
<p>Last time I checked - the SIP documentation hadn&#39;t been updated since 2007.</p><p>Did you get your catalog uploaded OK?</p><p>Michael</p>
Lori O'Connor
<p>The GSA vendor support center has very good documentation (SIP Insturctions)&nbsp;on uploading information to SIP. Here is a link <a href="https://vsc.gsa.gov/sipuser/startup_kit.cfm">https://vsc.gsa.gov/sipuser/startup_kit.cfm</a></p><p>If you have any questions please contact me I have helped many clients upload their data.</p><p>Good luck!</p><p>Lori O&#39;Connor</p><p><a href="http://www.BarrierConsulting.com">www.BarrierConsulting.com</a></p>
Lori O'Connor
<p>I recognized you from the Linkedin government contracting group. The GSA schedule for security services is under schedule 84. Here is a link to the solicitation on FedBizOpps <a href="https://www.fbo.gov/?s=opportunity&amp;mode=form&amp;id=91d7900693071a122ae040d38aa4a00b&amp;tab=core&amp;_cview=1">https://www.fbo.gov/?s=opportunity&amp;mode=form&amp;id=91d7900693071a122ae040d38aa4a00b&amp;tab=core&amp;_cview=1</a>. There does not appear to be a formal checklist for this schedule but it can be easily developed once you read through the requirements.</p><p>If you have any questions about the documentation needed to complete this schedule I would be happy to help you.</p><p>Lori O&#39;Connor</p><p><a href="mailto:Lori@BarrierConsulting.com">Lori@BarrierConsulting.com</a></p>
ericpope
<p>Thanks</p><p>&nbsp;</p>
Edward Holman
<p>Don&#39;t forget , any services or products you would like to offer to the government must be supported by invoices, if you have 1200 line item products you must have 1200 invoices for each product you are offering, services; your labor rates must be documented, if you charge $43.00 per hour for a service with an employee you need invoices showing a customer you charged that price.</p><p>Many of my clients think they can bring their entire catolouge to the government. Not true, if you can not support sales with past record of those sales and current within one year documentation for certain products you are not going to qualify with a GSA IDIQ contract award.</p><p>These schedule response documentation are&nbsp; very in-depth. We process schedules for IDIQ contract review to proposal and find 30% of our clients not able to properly document the schedules solications. Know what you are doing first before you engage with the documentation process. In the long run it will save you time and money.</p><p>Best regards to all,</p><p>Ed Holman</p><p>GSA.DLA Contract Services Inc.</p>
ericpope
<p>I could have searched for months.</p>
Edward Holman
<p>Don&#39;t forget , any services or products you would like to offer to the government must be supported by invoices, if you have 1200 line item products you must have 1200 invoices for each product you are offering, services; your labor rates must be documented, if you charge $43.00 per hour for a service with an employee you need invoices showing a customer you charged that price.</p><p>Many of my clients think they can bring their entire catolouge to the government. Not true, if you can not support sales with past record of those sales and current within one year documentation for certain products you are not going to qualify with a GSA IDIQ contract award.</p><p>These schedule response documentation are&nbsp; very in-depth. We process schedules for IDIQ contract review to proposal and find 30% of our clients not able to properly document the schedules solications. Know what you are doing first before you engage with the documentation process. In the long run it will save you time and money.</p><p>Best regards to all,</p><p>Ed Holman</p><p>GSA.DLA Contract Services Inc.</p>
Edward Holman
<p>Don&#39;t forget , any services or products you would like to offer to the government must be supported by invoices, if you have 1200 line item products you must have 1200 invoices for each product you are offering, services; your labor rates must be documented, if you charge $43.00 per hour for a service with an employee you need invoices showing a customer you charged that price.</p><p>Many of my clients think they can bring their entire catolouge to the government. Not true, if you can not support sales with past record of those sales and current within one year documentation for certain products you are not going to qualify with a GSA IDIQ contract award.</p><p>These schedule response documentation are&nbsp; very in-depth. We process schedules for IDIQ contract review to proposal and find 30% of our clients not able to properly document the schedules solications. Know what you are doing first before you engage with the documentation process. In the long run it will save you time and money.</p><p>Best regards to all,</p><p>Ed Holman</p><p>GSA.DLA Contract Services Inc.</p>
Edward Holman
<p>Good morning,</p><p>Yes there is. if you go to <u>eoffer.gsa.gov</u> it will bring you to a page that is the entry site for eOffer, &nbsp; Look for the link MAS SCHEDULE SOLICATIONS&nbsp; in the &quot;About eoffer&quot; and click on the link to access&nbsp; all the Schedules that the GSA has. Next find the schedule you want to make application to, click on the link and it will take you to everything you need to produce a GSA&nbsp; proposal.</p><p>The Solication, and required documentation needs are all there. If you have any problems contact me at;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; <u>gsadlacontractservices@gmail.com </u></p><p>Good luck and happy reading.</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>Ed</p><p>&nbsp;</p>
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