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Acquisition Solutions How to Buy Through GSA

GSA—the federal government’s procurement expert—helps other federal agencies get the space, products, services and consulting advice they need from federal and commercial sources. GSA provides and contracts for billions of dollars' worth of products and services for federal agencies. GSA also sells surplus federal property, such as real estate and vehicles, to the public.

What Federal Agencies Can Buy Through GSA

  • Space in government-owned and leased buildings;
  • Facilities management services, such as utilities, security, space alterations, and tenant relocation;
  • A wide range of technology and other products and services directly from commercial providers;
  • Highly discounted services such as long distance telecommunications, airfares, charge cards, and shipping services;
  • IT acquisition and consulting services;
  • Vehicles and fleet services; and
  • Surplus government property

How to Buy Through GSA

GSA offers customers many ways to purchase what they need. GSA simplifies federal procurement by negotiating large multi-user contracts and by leveraging the volume of the federal market to drive down prices. Federal agencies place orders against these contracts in many ways—through GSA customer representatives or catalogs, by phone or fax, charge cards, electronic requisitioning, in-person auctions, over the Internet, or by contacting suppliers directly.

For the full range of GSA product and service offerings, explore the Product and Services tabs at the top of the page. Interested in buildings and real estate? View the Building tab.