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GSA Training Programs


Construction supervisor on phoneGSA offers essential training for vendors looking to sell to the government and those already on contract with the government.

Featured training includes:

  • On-site Schedules contract training, targeted specifically to small business


  • Scheduled webinars


  • Web-based, self-learning modules found at the Vendor Support Center

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Pushpin in mapMany GSA contracts can now be used by state and local governments for more efficient procurements.



Image of Federalist style building with American flagGSA offers a wide variety of training for managers and employees throughout the federal government, including web-based, self-training tools and on-site events nationwide.

Contracts and Acquisitions  – Extensive self-service training on the web, including:

Technology Management – Learn more about:

  • Managing government web content
  • Making webpages Section 508-compliant
  • Annual conferences and workshops

Travel and Transportation – Courses for federal agencies needing to manage their transportation needs

Using Charge Cards – Free web-based training on purchase and travel cards

Governmental Policy – Web-based self-study guides and on-site events targeted to:

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Attend a Training Event

GSA offers training for a variety of audiences.

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For a complete listing of upcoming events, visit the Events page.

Further Training Resources

These Web-based tools offer invaluable self-study training opportunities related to acquisitions, Web management, and more.

  • GSA Schedules Training – A training resource for agencies suppliers on GSA offerings including schedules

  • Federal Acquisition Institute – Both online and classroom training for federal acquisition professionals

  • Section 508 – Training on making Web pages and other IT tools accessible to people with disabilities, as required by federal law

  • DigitalGov University – Classes and seminars open to all federal Web managers with the goal of improving usability and overall quality of websites