LSI helps DynaGrace get approved on the GSA schedule!
by Jonathan Williams, Communication Specialist
DynaGrace Enterprises, a woman-owned, professional services company is the first women-owned firm in Utah to be a vendor on the prestigious GSA schedule, thanks in part to LSI’s Terry Morris and PTAC's efforts.
DynaGrace Enterprises, a company that helps people breathe cleaner air by providing products and services for monitoring respirable dust particles and visible emissions, had been working with Morris some time to get her company approved on a GSA schedule. And when it happened, Linda Rawson, DynaGrace’s owner and founder, posted news releases on LinkedIn giving props to PTAC, LSI and Terry.
According to Rawson, “The GSA schedule is a lot of work. Jennifer Remund and myself worked hard and were rejected a few times. Perseverance is the key word with GSA schedules. I would like to thank Utah Governor's Office of Economic Development for funding PTAC who gave me a referral to Terry Morris of LSI who helped by being a great consulting force I could call, email and chat with about all of the questions surrounding winning a contract like this.”
“This federal government contracting vehicle enables us to reach more occupational health and safety managers as well as those agencies concerned with worker safety and air quality regulation and compliance,” she said.
Congratulations Terry for a job well done!
To see the original LinkedIn post, please follow this link: https://lnkd.in/e3K6cmt