Loading Events

April 13, 2021

Understanding GSA MAS (Multiple Award Schedules)

  • This event has passed.

Understanding GSA MAS (Multiple Award Schedules)

Are you wondering if a GSA Schedule is right for your company? Do you want to know what are the basic requirements for a schedule. Do you want to tap a hidden market worth more than $45 billion annually? If you are looking for a unique market that is tailored to your companies’ strengths, then the GSA Market place is where you need to be. There are over 800 areas of specialization. Find a market where new opportunities are posted almost daily and these opportunities are delivered to your desktop. As a schedule holder, you can choose which opportunity makes sense for your business and there is no cost for your company to advertise its products or services it offers.
Want to get your product or service on the GSA Schedule and having trouble trying to stay current with the recent GSA Schedule market changes? Is your company tired of chasing down and keeping abreast Government contracts changes? The Multiple Award Schedules (MAS) Consolidation initiative, effective October 1st, 2019 includes 24 GSA-Managed schedules. This consolidation will make it easier for the Government to find your business and also make it easier for you to find work. Organized by large categories, subcategories, and SINs, it is important to understand both how to structure your application. Also to be aware of the new terms & conditions applicable once you become a schedule holder.Course Objective: Students will learn the fundamentals of submitting a successful proposal to the General Services Administration. Students will learn where to find the GSA Multiple Award schedule and what they have to do to submit a compliant proposal. Neither the Virginia PTAC nor the instructor can make any guarantee that the Government will actually issue a contract to the student’s company, but all the preliminary instruction will be provided.

Instructor Gregory D. Ayres is a retired Army Medical Service Corps officer who worked with both large and small companies to develop GSA schedules. In 2000 Mr. Ayres founded a consulting firm to assist small business to qualify for GSA Multiple Award Schedules (MAS) and grow their revenue. To date he has taught more than 80 single and multi-day training classes to more than 375 small companies.  He has assisted with the development of more than 150 successful individual schedules awards and modifications through his consulting firm and has a 99% schedule award rate.

Event Details

Date & Time

April 13, 2021 @ 10:00 am - 12:30 pm