GSA Schedule

Since 2005, we have been GSA Schedule Contract holders: MOBIS Schedule GS-02F-0074S. Under this contract, we’ve provided customized training, course materials, writing services, and curriculum development services for online and in-person courses for many government agencies.

Featured projects:

  • Teach plain language and web writing courses onsite and online for Web Manager University.
  • Write a Guide to Writing for Social Media for the Electronic Media Branch of the Centers for Disease Control.
  • Develop an online Writing for the Web course for the Department of Veterans Affairs’ Learning University.
  • Teach Writing for the Web, Advanced Writing for the Web, and the Content Managers’ Playbook courses for Library of Congress staff.
  • Teach Clear, Correct, Concise E-Mail, Writing Customer-Focused E-Mail, and Measuring the Quality of Customer Service E-Mail for the Patent and Trademark Office’s Trademark Assistance Center (TAC). Facilitate an extended project to revise TAC’s library of canned responses (eSolutions) by teaching a team of USPTO attorneys how to write canned responses that customer service agents could easily use.


E-WRITE’s government clients:

  • Agency for Health Care Research and Quality
  • Arlington County, Virginia
  • Bureau of Labor Statistics
  • Bureau of the Public Debit
  • Centers for Disease Control
  • Census Bureau
  • Commodity Futures Trading Commission
  • Department of Justice
  • Energy Information Administration
  • Federal Aviation Administration
  • Federal Bureau of Investigation
  • Federal Emergency Management Agency
  • General Services Administration
  • Government Accountability Office
  • Government Printing Office
  • Library of Congress
  • National Credit Union Administration
  • National Institutes of Health
  • Naval Special Warfare Development Group
  • New York State Department of Environmental Conservation
  • Patent and Trademark Office
  • Secret Service
  • Texas Health and Human Services Commission
  • U.S. Courts
  • U.S. Senate
  • Veterans Health Administration
  • Washington DC Pretrial Services Agency

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