GSA's Guide to the Acquisition Gateway and Market Research Tools

A demonstration of the Acquisition Gateway and other tools you can use to support your acquisitions

Date/Time: Thursday April 7, 2016 from 8:00 am to 12:00 noon.

CLP's:4

Cost: Free

Location:
Denver Federal Center
Building #41
Lodge Conference Room
West 6th Ave & Kipling St
Denver, CO 80225

Acquisition Gateway: Presented by Garrett Pride
Our goal is to help make government acquisition great so register today and come learn about GSA's latest online tool; the Acquisition Gateway.The Acquisition Gateway is a workspace that provides accurate, useful, and unbiased advice. It helps federal acquisition professionals learn what they need to know, connect with others to collaborate and communicate, and act to accomplish their tasks effectively. Inside the Acquisition Gateway, you can find governmentwide solution comparisons, connect with other acquisition professionals, and explore product and service category hallways. The hallways feature expert articles, templates, market research tools, prices paid data, and more to achieve successful outcomes at each step of the acquisition lifecycle.

Market Research Tools: Presented by Chris Cole
Market research is defined as collecting and analyzing information on the market for a government requirement (refer to FAR 2.101). It is an essential element in acquiring commercial items and provides information to the ordering activity in understanding the requirement and what is available in the commercial marketplace. This information-packed seminar will be filled with tips, techniques and practical examples of how to conduct market research to target and refine your products/services searches to fulfill your agency’s unique requirements.

03 FAC Facilities Maintenance and Management: Presented by Dana Fairley
Training will include the Facilities and Construction Category. Learn about Schedule 03FAC, Facilities Maintenance and Management Services and Schuedule 51V, Tools and Hardware Products as well as Federal Strategic Sourcing Initiatives for Building Maintenance and Operations (BMO) and Maintenance Repair and Operations (MRO)

Overview on Assisted Acquisition Service: Presented by Brandy Massingale 
AAS helps customers with simple solutions as well as complex, unique procurements that require a high level of acquisition expertise. After working with customers to identify their requirements, AAS project managers collaborate with Contracting Officers in the FAS Acquisition Operations Division (AOD) to ensure that a procurement is complete and on-schedule throughout the acquisition process.
 

 

 
Last Reviewed 2016-04-01