0-60: GSA Multiple Award Schedule Contracting in a Capsule
November 8 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm$199
The GSA Multiple Award Schedules program can sometimes be likened to the Yogi Berra quote, “Nobody goes there anymore, it’s too crowded.” While new contract methods may pop up like daisies, the Schedules program remains the government’s largest indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contracting program – by far. What’s required, though, to get a Schedule contract? How do you manage your contract once you have it? More importantly, how do you drive business through this contract? Last, but certainly not least, how do companies comply with Schedule contract requirements? The Public Contracting Institute 0-60 Series Multiple Award Schedule Contracts virtual class will answer all of these questions, and more. Find out whether the Schedules program is right for your company. Even if you’ve looked before, there are new features and flexibilities. Learn traits all successful Schedule contractors share. Have your questions answered by experts in the field.
- Learn what’s required to obtain a Schedule contract.
- Gain a basic understanding of how to manage your contract.
- Hear “tips of the trade” from successful companies on how they sell through their Schedule contract”
- Understand that there are compliance issues with which every Schedule contractor should be familiar
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