Leasing Tools

Lease Offer Platform (LOP)

The Lease Offer Platform (LOP) provides the opportunity for building owners and building owner representatives to electronically offer space to the Federal Government for lease. The offer submission process is completely web-enabled, allowing all registered participants to submit and update offers for lease space to the Federal Government within specified timeframes, in response to a Request for Lease Proposal (RLP) package.

LOP consists of the Automated Advanced Acquisition Program (AAAP) and Requirement Specific Acquisition Platform (RSAP).

Contact LOP.help@gsa.gov for assistance.

Automated Advanced Acquisition Platform (AAAP)

AAAP is a multiple-award lease procurement tool that allows the market to compete for multiple federal leases by submitting a single offer through a simple online platform. AAAP collects best and final offers, for generic office space needs, that remain in a secure database throughout the fiscal year (Oct 1–Sept 30). Offerors are encouraged to submit all available office space, for three lease term options, with consideration to GSA's minimum requirements.

View AAAP resources for more information.

Requirement Specific Acquisition Platform (RSAP)

RSAP is a single-award lease procurement tool that collects online offers for a specific space requirement using a single RLP. Offerors may use RSAP to tailor initial offers using a streamlined workflow.

View RSAP resources for more information.

Present Value Analysis Model

Input your data into the Present Value Analysis workbook [XLSX - 55 KB] to conduct present value analysis of lease proposals. The model includes inputs for overtime heating, ventilating, and air conditioning (HVAC) rates; stepped rental rates; free rent; offerors' Tenant Improvements (TI) fee schedule as outlined in the RLP; and lump sum payments. It also provides a discount rate of 5 percent and an inflation factor of 2.5 percent as provided by the Realty Services Letter PE-2003-02 [PDF - 197 KB].

Accessibility Checklist

All solicitations for offers to lease space will include the accessibility standards of the Architectural Barriers Act Accessibility Standard (ABAAS) as described in ABAAS Requirements for New Leases in Existing Buildings and Facilities [DOC - 54 KB].

Use our ABAAS Compliance Checklist [PDF - 7 MB] to determine what (if any) alterations you will have to make to your buildings to make them ABAAS-compliant before we can lease them. Familiarize yourself with the new standard through our ABAAS Training [PPT - 768 KB].

This standard replaces the Americans With Disabilities Act Accessibility Guidelines (ADAAG) and the Uniform Federal Accessibility Standards (UFAS) for GSA leasing. See the ABAAS Leased Facilities - Frequently Asked Questions [PDF - 191 KB] for more information.

Last Reviewed: 2022-03-10