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What is GSA?

Posted by on Sep 24, 2013 in Government Business, Smartpedia | 0 comments

GSA or General Services Administration is an agency that serves as the “buying office” for most of the federal government. One of its main purposes is to support other agencies by assisting them to buy products and services. Competition is an important part of the government buying process, so GSA sets pre-negotiated price lists with vendors throughout the country. These price lists, known as GSA Schedules, create a streamlined list of vendors who the government knows can deliver quality products or services at a competitive price.

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