GovReady ConnectWorks Series : GSA’s Multiple Award Schedules (MAS) Program: To MAS or Not?

Is the GSA, MAS Program a ‘fit’ for your business?

Did you know the GSA Schedule contract vehicles have become the contract vehicles of choice?

Are you aware of the numerous MAS and determining the right schedule for your company requires conducting effective market research?

Where to focus your marketing efforts without getting overwhelmed?

The General Services Administration Federal Acquisition Service (FAS) Division manages the $33 billion Multiple Award Schedules (MAS) Program.  The MAS Program partners with more than 19,000 commercial suppliers to provide agencies with what they need to meet their missions.

Join subject matter expert Shantel Grigsby, President of Government Marketing Solutions, Ltd. and learn:

– Specific types of products/services offered through the GSA MAS program

-Assess your business capabilities to determine if you meet the minimum guidelines

-Demo government market research tools available to identify specific federal customers who buy from GSA Schedule contracts

Date & Time

Wednesday, July 26, 2017. 11:00 am – 12:00 pm Eastern Standard Time

Registration & Fees

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This meeting is Complimentary for Supplier members. For Business members, the fee is $15. For Individual and Advocate members and non-members the fee is $35.


Shantel E. Grigsby is the President of Government Marketing Solutions, a government marketing consultant firm.  Ms. Grigsby’s expertise includes 25 years of marketing and procurement experience in the federal, state and local contracting arena and during the course of her career, she has helped small businesses win more than $10 billion in government contracts.

Ms. Grigsby has developed a niche in preparing and winning companies General Services Administration, Multiple Award Schedules.  As a GSA proposal specialist, she has 100 percent win rate on all her GSA proposals.

Ms. Grigsby also provides Outsourced Supplier Diversity support services to the world’s Health and Hygiene Company Reckitt Benckiser (RB).  In this capacity she manages RB’s Small Business Subcontracting Plan consisting of over $296M and in subcontract opportunities for small businesses throughout the U.S.

Ms. Grigsby has worked for Battelle and the Ohio Department of Development, Ohio Procurement Technical Assistance program and is often requested to lecture at local Chambers of Commerce workshops, conferences, financial and college institutions.  Ms. Grigsby holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from Ohio Dominican University.