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GSA Interact: Don’t Have Two Years of Corporate Experience to Get on Schedule? Consider the Startup Springboard!

For years, we’ve heard from industry partners that unique government practices such as the two-year corporate experience requirement for becoming a schedule contractor can be a barrier for small businesses, and particularly challenging for startups. The Startup Springboard, previously only for IT-related offerings, is expanding to all MAS large categories.

Starting May 16, 2022, the MAS solicitation and eOffer allows any potential offeror with less than two years corporate experience to submit an offer for a MAS contract by:

  • Using the professional experience of their executives and key personnel as a substitute for having two years of corporate experience.
  • Using the project experience of key personnel as a substitute for having relevant corporate past performance.
  • Providing financial documentation that demonstrates the company’s financial responsibility in lieu of submitting two years of financial statements.

MAS seeks to encourage any new, innovative business to join the program by expanding the Startup Springboard initiative – now, any type of offerings are welcome! To learn more, visit gsa.gov.

Thank you for your continued partnership. Read the full post here.

Source: Don’t Have Two Years of Corporate Experience to Get on Schedule? Consider the Startup Springboard! – May 17, 2022. GSA Interact.

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