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Requirements to Get a GSA Schedule
Before you can start preparing your GSA Schedule offer, you must meet the following requirements:
Adequate Financial Resources
Provide Profit and Loss Statements and Balance sheets for 2 fiscal years (unless enrolled in the Springboard IT Program).
Been in Business for 2+ Years
Minimum of 2 years in business unless you are eligible for the Springboard Program, applicable to specific IT companies.
Compliance with the Trade Agreements Act (TAA)
All products must be substantially transformed in a TAA-compliant country.
DUNS Number and Active SAM.gov Registration
Obtain a DUNS Number from Dun & Bradstreet, and then you can register on SAM.gov. Both of these are required before you get a GSA Schedule.
Integrity and Business Ethics
Must have a satisfactory record of integrity and business ethics.
Sell Your Solutions Commercially
All products and services must have been sold before and must be commercially available. You must also provide invoicing support to show you have offered each product and/or service commercially.
Compliance with the required or proposed delivery or performance. This generally means a minimum of 1 project write-up per Special Item Number (SIN) from the past 2 years, or a project that has been on-going for a minimum of 1 year.
Fair and Reasonable Pricing
Must provide fair and reasonable pricing, meaning discounts equal to or better than your Most Favored Customer (MFC). You must also demonstrate you have Commercial Sales Practices in place to monitor the discounting of your MFC.