Office of Systems Management

Overview

The Office of Systems Management (OSM) is responsible for integrating and unifying the federal award process for United States Government buyers and sellers, and enabling shared acquisition services with goals to reduce costs and generate customer savings.

Two program management offices provide this operational support to the Office of Systems Management – The FAS Common Acquisition Platform (CAP) Program Management Office and The IAE Program Management Office.

Guiding Principles for FAS Information Systems [PDF - 106 KB]

CAP Program Management Office

The Common Acquisition Platform (CAP) program is leading or contributing to a number of efforts aimed at transforming acquisition processes and systems. These efforts include a set of digital and shared services that will drive the federal government in the direction of acting as one acquisition community equipped with more informative, innovative and cost effective acquisition systems, tools and shared services.

IAE Program Management Office

The Integrated Award Environment is a Presidential E-Government initiative managed by GSA. We use innovative processes and technologies to improve systems and operations for those who award, administer, or receive federal financial assistance (i.e.; grants, loans), contracts, and intergovernmental transactions.

Our vision is to continue to evolve and integrate the existing shared portfolio of ten electronic systems used for awarding and administering federal financial assistance and contracts.

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