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GSA to Highlight Small Business Forecast Tool to Make it Easier for Small Businesses to Access Forecasting Opportunities Across Government

March 23, 2016

Small Business and technology come together to showcase opportunities for businesses nationwide

WASHINGTON -- Today, the Associate Administrator of the Office of Small Business Utilization Jerome Fletcher held a Google hangout around the Forecast of Contracting Opportunities Tool. GSA's internal technology team "18F" created this tool on behalf of the Office of Small Business Utilization, to make it easier for small businesses to locate contracting opportunities with federal agencies. With this tool, small businesses can now easily sort through forecasted contracting data by agency, contract award status, location, North American Industry Classification System Code and Contract Value.

Quote from Jerome : “The Forecast Tool provides a tremendous opportunity for GSA to make it easier for vendors to find forecasting information and opportunities in the federal government. This is a great example of the work the Office of Small Business Utilization does. We are always looking for new ways to improve communication and transparency to give businesses the edge they need to be successful in the federal market.”
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The U.S. General Services Administration is an independent agency of the U.S. government whose mission is to deliver the best value in real estate, acquisition, and technology services to government and the American people. The agency’s Public Buildings Service is one of the largest and most diversified public real estate organizations in the world. Its portfolio consists of 376.9 million rentable square feet in 8,721 active assets across the United States, in all 50 states, 6 U.S. territories, and the District of Columbia.

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