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TSA Acquisition Management System (TSAAMS)

The Transportation Security Administration Acquisition Management System (TSAAMS) establishes policy and guidance for acquiring the products and services needed for TSA to achieve its mission.  Authorized under the Aviation & Transportation Security Act (ATSA) of 2001, TSAAMS mirrors acquisition goals of other federal agencies of streamlining, and integrating processes that result in time and cost reduction, and quality products and services.

The Transportation Security Administration is exempt from use of the Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR) for the acquisition of supplies and services.  TSAAMS uses as its basis, the Federal Aviation Administration Acquisition Management System  (FAA AMS).  That system can be referenced on the FAA Acquisition System Toolset (FAST)  

TSAAMS Provisions and Clauses

The TSA AMS Provisions and Clauses are located below. These clauses are used in TSA Contracts and Purchase Orders, and may be incorporated by reference within the solicitation or award document.  The clauses and provision below are in alphabetical order.

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