NO. Any company that is registered to do business with government via the SAM system can bid on Government RFP’s. Having a GSA Contract is a distinct advantage for a vendor and makes it easier for the Government to buy from that vendor.
Not exactly. There are specific ways to connect with Government buyers that are most effective in the Government market space.
RBH has a proprietary process to find and deliver phone numbers and email adresses of qualified buyers who buy off GSA Schedules.
GSA Advantage is a website, run by the General Services Administration (GSA) that allows federal buyers tobuy GSA Approved products on line. (www.gsaadvantage.gov)
GSA eBuy is a website, run by the General Services Administration (GSA) that allows federal buyers to Request Proposals from GSA Contractors (www.ebuy.gsa.gov) eBuy is designed to simplify the purchasing process for federal buyers looking to acquire products or services under GSA Schedule Contracts, GSA Technology Contracts, State & Local (under Cooperative Purchasing and the Disaster Recovery Programs). eBuy provides the platform for GSA Contractors to locate and pursue federal opportunities that are only accessible to GSA Schedule Contractors.