Finalize Your Offer

eOffer, allows you to complete information, download and upload templates, sign, and finally submit your completed offer. eOffer often has specific requirements for how information should be entered (character limits, etc.), which can be challenging to work through. To make it easier, you can save your work in the system and return to it. GSA contracting representatives and other staff cannot access your information within eOffer until you submit your offer.

Login to eOffer using your digital certificate. Make sure your offer is complete and submit.

The eOffer online help center includes screenshots and explanations, if you need additional assistance. If you encounter technical problems, customer service can help.

Review and Negotiate

After you submit your offer via eOffer, it will be assigned to one of our contracting professionals for review. He or she is responsible for ensuring that your company is responsible, capable of delivering the products and services you plan to offer, and offers the government buyers the best possible pricing. Work directly with your assigned representative to clarify any questions or issues, correct any errors or inconsistencies, and negotiate pricing or other elements of your offer, if necessary. At the end, you will know if you will receive a Schedule contract based on the decision the GSA contracting officer made.

Visit eOffer to log in and use the system to modify or add any elements to your offer as you work with the contracting officer. If you receive a contract, you will complete the legally binding signature in eOffer as well.

Ask the contracting representative assigned to work with you for help on this section.


If you receive a Schedule contract, you are now able to market and sell your commercial products and/or services to a vast array of federal, state, and local agency buyers [PDF - 447 KB].

Receiving a Schedule contract does not guarantee your company will receive orders. You are responsible for marketing your contract.

The GSA Welcome Package will help get you started. Also, the GSA Vendor Support Center and Acquisition Gateway are great resources. They will help you succeed--and keep succeeding--as a Schedule contract holder.

Last Reviewed: 2021-07-21