April 20, 2007
(Washington, DC) Training Services On Demand (TSOD) announced today that it has petitioned the Federal Supply Service of the General Services Administration for a Multiple Award Schedule contract, the goal of which is to provide TSOD’s federal customers with simplified and reduced-rate procurement.
”Getting our seminars and workshops on the GSA Schedule will benefit the many federal agencies in need of results-oriented, team-specific training,” said Marcia Whyte, president of TSOD. ”We intend to offer several popular onsite workshops that can be financed through the Governmentwide Purchase Card, making procurement a true point-and-click proposition.”
TSOD’s popular onsite seminars on team building, team communication, team leadership, time management, stress management, business writing, professionalism, presentation skills, and media relations are among the titles planned for inclusion in TSOD’s GSA Schedule catalog. The company also will offer training systems development and presentation design services at highly competitive labor rates.
Training Services On Demand, Inc. is a top-tier provider of training and employee development solutions. TSOD conducts seminars and workshops at customer locations for complete teams, ensuring that its programs leverage team insights and produce team-oriented results. Based in the Maryland suburbs of Washington DC, Training Services On Demand is a woman-owned, CCR-registered small business whose federal customers include the Army Research Laboratory, the Defense Logistics Agency, the Environmental Protection Agency, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, the Federal Labor Relations Authority, the INS Law Enforce-ment Support Center, the Pacific Fishery Management Council, the Social Security Administration, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, U.S. Army Defense Communications, the U.S. Coast Guard, the U.S. Department of Commerce, the U.S. Department of Justice, the General Services Administration, the United States Postal Service, and the USDA Natural Re-sources Conservation Service.
”Our federal customers are spread throughout the United States, and they love the fact that we don’t charge any travel fees for team-based onsite training,” Ms. Whyte said. ”We’re committed to avoiding surprises, both in our pricing and in our performance. Besides offering all-inclusive rates, we have a perfect reliability record for five straight years.” TSOD hopes to complete the GSA Schedule review process early this summer. The company’s training courses and services can be reviewed online at www.tsod.com.