U.S. General Services Administration


As the acquisition arm of the federal government, GSA connects the private sector with federal agencies
to fulfill business needs.

Learn about buying and selling at GSA.
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GSA delivers federal work spaces through managing government buildings, leasing commercial real estate and providing a suite of related services.

Explore our real estate solutions.
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GSA develops and implements
federal regulations and policies
that help agencies conduct business more cost-effectively.

Locate policies, regulations, or guidance.
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GSA is consolidating duplicative
administration services across federal
agencies to reduce costs and make
government more efficient.

Find out more about shared services.
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GSA is a champion for small business, working to create opportunities
and provide support
with government contracts.

Research growing your business with us.
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GSA provides resources
and information to assist
with planning and booking travel
for government employees.

Locate travel services and policy.
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GSA finds practical use cases for modern technologies like artificial intelligence, blockchain, virtual and augmented reality, and social technologies.

Explore GSA and technology.
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GSA delivers value and savings in acquisition, real estate, technology, and other mission-support services for agencies across the federal government.

Learn how we do this, and how to join us.
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