Does my company qualify for a GSA/VA contract? Do I Qualify For A GSA/VA Contract? This form will give you an idea if you can qualify for a GSA contract. While it is NOT the absolute decision, it will give you a starting point to move forward. Has your company been in business at least one year?*YesNoIf you answered 'No', can you show that you have been in this line of work for more than 2 years?YesNoWhy is this important? GSA allows you to bring your past performance forward to this application for a contract.Do you have a verifiable accounting system? Your current ratio should be at least 1:1Please calculate it for meYesNoWhy is this important? The quick ratio takes your total assets and divides them by your total liabilities. What this means is that you need a 25% profit ratio to be considered stable.Total AssetsTotal LiabilitiesFinancial RatioWould you be willing to make the Federal Government your Most Favored Customer (provide your best discounts and terms)?YesNoWhy is this important? GSA MUST receive a discount equal to or better than your best customer. Why? Because they can go out to the open market and receive a discount from any bidder. Remember, you are being given a 5 year contract Does your company have at least six past performance references within the past three years?YesNoWhy is this important? GSA wants to see that you have a history with your customers. This can be one customer with multiple divisions based upon how you invoiced the reference.Can you document past sales practices through invoices, product or labor rate sheets, proposals, internal pricing policies or similar documentation?YesNoWhy is this important? GSA wants proof that the pricing, terms and conditions that you are giving them are equal to or better than your best customer.Are you a services firm?YesNoWhy is this important? Services come under higher scrutiny since the SCA (Service Contract Act) comes into play. GSA is concerned about your labor practices which also includes OSHA and EEO.Do you have written job descriptions, quality control plans, and employment and compensation policies?YesNoWhy is this important? GSA wants to know that they are getting the same caliber individuals(s) that your most favored customer is getting at the same or better rate.Are you a reseller?YesNoWhy is this important? GSA takes the position that if you do not make it you resell it.Can you obtain a letter of supply authorizing you to sell products?YesNoWhy is this important? GSA wants to make sure you have an uninterrupted source of supply for products they will order from you. This can come from the manufacturer or the distribution network.Do you have a federal sale pending?YesNoWhy is this important? GSA takes the position that if you have government business pending, they will process your application faster than a company that does not. It goes without saying that the bigger the opportunity and the more of them you have, the quicker your application will get attention.Have any officers or directors been convicted of contractor violations in the past 3 years?YesNoWhy is this important? GSA will check the EPL (Excluded Parties List) when your application is submitted. If any of your officers or directors are on this list you are not qualified to continue. As always, there are exceptions to the rules.Do you accept credit cards?YesNoWhy is this important? GSA requires you to accept credit cards for orders up to $25,000. Here is a link to get you fast approval at the lowest rate in the industry. ApplyWould you like a free 20 minute consultation to discuss your business?YesNoName First Last PhoneNumbers only please.Email* Must be a valid address or we cannot help you.What date should we call? Date Format: MM slash DD slash YYYY What time should we call? : HH MM AM PM Your Time ZoneSelect OneEasternCentralMountainPacificEmailThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.