Video Resources

Doing Business with GSA

Want to learn how to do business with GSA? This video series will walk you through some of the basics and give you guidance on how to get the most from your government contract.

Introduction

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Learn what GSA does and how it’s Office of Small Business Utilization (OSBU) can assist your business with the federal government.

Business Lines

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Learn as a small business how to sell to GSA. GSA OSBU is your advocate, watch this video to find out about the internal subdivisions of GSA and what goods and services they may purchase from you. This video will also show you how to establish your business within the federal government.

Subcontracting

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Learn how to sell to the U.S. federal government and the GSA through subcontracting opportunities from prime contractors. You will learn how subcontracting can help small businesses as well as those in socioeconomic categories like service disabled veteran, women, and 8(A), owned small business, as well as historically underutilized business zones (HUBZones). You will share in awards, learn how to do business, and establish your business with the government, helping with future additional business. Prime businesses must submit subcontracting plans over a certain dollar threshold. You will also learn how to get a list of prime contractors.

Roadmap

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This video will show you the steps involved to get on a GSA MAS (Multiple Awards Schedule) contract. This video was produced by OSBU, which advocates for you. You can learn more at gsa.gov/MASRoadmap.

Sustainability

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Learn what sustainable products that the federal government and GSA purchase from companies like yours. GSA OSBU produced this video to assist your business to be successful and help the environment at the same time.

Forecast Tool

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Learn what GSA’s Forecast Tool of Opportunities does, and how it can benefit both you and the federal government with future opportunities. The tool is administered by OSBU.
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