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GSA’s Quarterly Update: Making it Easier To Do Business with Us

GSA’s Quarterly Update: Making it Easier To Do Business with Us

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Throughout 2016, leadership across the agency was on a mission to make GSA more efficient, innovative, and effective. The April launch of our groundbreaking new Making It Easier (MIE) initiative proved to be a big step toward fulfilling those goals....
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Veteran-Owned Businesses: Verify or Miss Out on Vets First Contracts

Veteran-Owned Businesses: Verify or Miss Out on Vets First Contracts

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Are you a U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Verified Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Business (SDVOSB) or Veteran Owned Small Businesses (VOSB)? If that doesn’t sound familiar (or you can’t find yourself on the VIP list located at https://www.vip.vetbiz.gov/), please read more...
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GSA Commemorates Preservation Month 2017

GSA Commemorates Preservation Month 2017

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During Preservation Month each May, GSA celebrates our historic buildings and the important ongoing roles they play in the growth of our nation. These 487 courthouses, laboratories, agency headquarters, inspection stations, office buildings, and custom houses—just to name a few—form...
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GSA Champions Small Business

GSA Champions Small Business

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Small businesses are important to American communities and the U.S. economy.  More than half of all Americans either own or work for a small business, and they create about two out of three net new jobs in the U.S. each...
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Acquisition Gateway Content Drive – Support the Acquisition Community!

Acquisition Gateway Content Drive – Support the Acquisition Community!

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Many of you have heard us talk about the Acquisition Gateway within the GSA.gov blog. Let’s take a minute to cover the basics. What is the mission of the Acquisition Gateway tool? To be THE workspace for the government acquisition...
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MAS Transformation Progress 2015-2016

MAS Transformation Progress 2015-2016

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Over the past two years, GSA FAS has worked tirelessly to transform the $33 billion Multiple Award Schedules (MAS) Program. This includes many, many hours spent assessing feedback from both our industry partners and federal customers.   Our ultimate goal is...
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