Professional Services Hallway

The Professional Services Hallway is one of 10 hallways within GSA’s Acquisition Gateway. Each hallway is aligned with the 10 governmentwide categories of spend. The Acquisition Gateway, built by GSA, helps federal government buyers from all agencies act as one acquisition community. Our goal is to help make government acquisition great.

The Professional Services Hallway contains several valuable tools and resources for government contracting officers and program managers:

Allows users to join the conversation about professional services related topics.

CALC allows contracting personnel to conduct research and pricing analysis for professional services labor categories across a database of contract awarded prices for ~48K labor categories from more than 5K recent GSA contracts.

In the Document Library you can view and download over 300 acquisition samples and templates to learn best practices from acquisition professionals across government.

Best In Class is a government wide acquisition designation used to highlight the best, high quality contract vehicles available minimizing an agency’s effort to find or create their own solutions.

Create and share your acquisition package and projects with government-wide team members, create tasks underneath milestones, and link content to both tasks and milestones in the Project Center.

The Solutions Finder allows users to browse and compare over 140 contract vehicles from over a dozen federal agencies. Users can filter their search to see only contracts available to their agency and see contracts in specific categories and subcategories only to find potential contract solutions that meet their acquisition requirements.

 

Learn more about how to sign in to the Acquisition Gateway for the first time. Once logged into the Acquisition Gateway, you can access the Professional Services Hallway under the “Hallways of Knowledge” section on the main page (may require you to select “View All”).

Currently, access is limited to federal employees, though plans are in the works to share some of the information with both government and industry partners.

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Last Reviewed 2017-08-03