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Understanding the GSA Schedules Program
The GSA Schedules Program: What You Need to Know! GSA “Schedules” are long-term contracts between government and commercial supplier’s aka vendors (such as yourselves), who provide GSA’s federal buyers (and in some cases, state, and local governments) with access to millions of commercial products and services at volume discount pricing. The GSA Multiple Award Schedules (MAS) Program represents approximately 21 percent of overall Federal procurement spending, resulting in approximately $50 billion per year. Approximately 80 percent of Schedule suppliers are small businesses. Holding a Schedule contract can transform your business, but it does require effort and commitment, especially a marketing plan, to be successful.

The 2020 monthly tri-state procurement webinars are hosted in partnership with the Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota Small Business Administration (SBA) district offices and the Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTACs).

Jul 13, 2021 09:00 AM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Eric Rettig
Small Business Technical Advisor @GSA - Rocky Mountain Region
Eric is the Small Business Technical Adviser for GSA's Office of Small Business Utilization, Region 8. His undergraduate degree is from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University and he has a MBA from Colorado State University. He retired from the U.S. Air Force after almost 23 years of service. Upon retirement he worked for Defense Contract Management Agency on the NASA Orion Space Program for over 6 years as Lead Quality Assurance Specialist, before moving to Small Business Administration as a Business Opportunity Specialist in the 8(a) BD program. In his role, Eric oversees GSA Region 8 and is the chief advocate for small and disadvantage businesses inRegion 8. He promotes increased access to GSA’s nationwide procurement opportunities, and engages in activities that make it possible for the small business community to meet contracting experts and to receive counseling on the federal procurement process.