Sell through IT Schedule 70

IT Schedule 70 is among the most widely used acquisition vehicles in the government, and is the largest GSA Schedule in terms of number of contract-holders and sales. IT Schedule 70 is the government source for billions of dollars in information technology purchases annually for federal, state, and local customers through thousands of industry partners.

How To Get A Contract

Review the following steps in the How to Get A Contract page:

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  1. Download the solicitation package
  2. Prepare your offer
  3. Submit your offer
  4. GSA will review your offer
  5. Maintain your contract

FAQs for Industry Partners

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Check out the most Frequently Asked Questions page for our Industry partners.




FASt Lane

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The FASt Lane program ensures our government customer agencies have quicker access to emerging technologies and innovative suppliers. With FASt Lane, suppliers get shorter processing times for IT Schedule 70 contract actions that directly support federal customer agency requirements.

Startup Springboard

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The IT Schedule 70 Startup Springboard initiative focuses on innovative IT companies with fewer than two years of experience. Our goal is to get the latest innovative technologies into the hands of federal agencies faster by getting emerging technology companies onto IT Schedule 70, the government’s largest IT contract vehicle.

How to Maintain Your Contract

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If your company has been awarded an IT Schedule 70 contract, you can now market your products, services, and solutions to federal, state and local government customers.

Find out more on How to Maintain Your Contract page about:
  • Contract Compliance
  • How to Modify Your Contract
  • Marketing Your Contract

How to Market to the Government

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Learn more about the following on our How to Market to the Government page:

  • Your potential customer base
  • Request for quotations
  • Other resources


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Last Reviewed 2016-07-19