Low Sales? How To Not Lose Your GSA MAS Schedule

Tips to Increase Your Sales

.5 Learning Credits

April 8, 2021

Available Live or On-Demand

Is your schedule not meeting minimum sales criteria? Are you worried about not meeting your minimum sales requirements?

This webinar will assist participants to determine if their contract is in non-compliance, and if next steps are warranted. When you sign up for a GSA schedule, you are agreeing to Clause I-FSS-639 (Contract sales Criteria) that states you will seek to meet the minimum sales criteria for suppliers with GSA contracts. By failing to meet this requirement, GSA may cancel the contract in accordance with clause 552.238-73.


1PM - 1:45PM EST

Electronic Training Materials

All your course training materials will be delivered electronically

.5 Learning Credits for Government or Industry

Meets Continuing Professional Education Credits (CPES) and Continuous Learning Points (CLPS)

CSCM Certification

Low Sales: How to not lose your GSA MAS Schedule meets the webinar requirement for completion of the Certified Schedules Contracts Manager certificate program.

NCMA Credit

This courses meets the course requirements of the National Contract Management Association’s certification programs.

HRCI Certification Institute

This courses meets the requirements of the HRCI Certification Institutes continuing education requirements.



Virtual Instructor Led


available april 10

Key Topics Covered

Our Instructor

MacKenzie Sestak

Director of Consulting

Mackenzie manages the GSA and VA Schedule contracting group. She brings in-depth knowledge of corporate operations, insurance, risk analysis and mitigation, facility security, technical writing, proposal support, with an emphasis on strategic activities, contract negotiation, price analysis, and compliance. 

Low Sales: How to not lose your GSA MAS Schedule

$99 | April 8 | 1:00pm-1:45pm 

Our clients

Centre has provided our national recognized training services to a wide range of both government and industry clients.