GSA TODAY

Introduction to GSA Today

In 1949, the U.S. Congress passed the Federal Property and Administrative Services Act and established the General Services Administration (GSA) to help federal agencies better serve the public by offering, at best value, superior workplaces, expert solutions, acquisition services and management policies.
 
As part of its charter, the GSA, through its Multiple Award Schedules (MAS) program, has become a preferred means of acquisition, contracting with more than 8,000 suppliers and service providers that represent in excess of $40 billion dollars in federal contracting annually.  The GSA has established the Schedules Program through which it and the various organizations authorized to use the Schedules Program can efficiently contract for products and services to meet their agency needs.
 
If your business offers commercial products or services that could help the government fulfill its various missions, then you should consider entering this great source of opportunity, or, if you have already made the decision to participate in the schedules program but want to  better utilize this resource, or have become overly burdened or deficient in your management of  this resource, GSA Today can provide the support and training you need.