What is GSA?
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What is GSA?

Oliver Taylor
April 3, 2024
5 min read

GSA stands for the General Services Administration. The General Services Administration was founded in 1949, by President Harry S. Truman, to support and manage the operations of federal agencies. Since its inception, the GSA has grown to over 12,000 employees and now operates with a budget of over $33b per year. The GSA's current responsibility can be summarized in the three areas below:

  1. Procurement - procures goods and services for multiple agencies across the US government.
  2. Buildings & Real Estate - Purchases, manages and sells federal property.
  3. Fleet Vehicle Management - Manages multiple fleets of vehicles servicing various federal agencies

If you’re interested in learning more about the GSA, we recommend visiting the GSA website.

If you’d like to learn more about how to become a government contractor, drop us a line at oliver@govly.com or follow our LinkedIn page.

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