Request an EIS Delegation of Procurement Authority

To issue task orders on EIS, warranted contracting officers (appointed according to FAR 1.603) or an official authorized to obligate funds for the agency must get a DPA.

Fill out the form below to request a Delegation of Procurement Authority (DPA).

The DPA clearly outlines the roles and responsibilities between the GSA contracting officer and the ordering contracting officer, and complies with the Office of Management and Budget's (OMB) executive agent designation to GSA.

DPA requestors must provide a .gov or .mil email address.

If you do not have a .gov or .mil work email, use "EIS_DPA@gsa.gov" as your work email address in the form below.

Also, if you do not have a .gov or .mil work email address, you must submit a copy of their warrant as a federal contracting officer to EIS_DPA@gsa.gov before it will be considered.

Before requesting a DPA

Before you can request a DPA, you must:

  • Complete the GSA Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions (EIS) Delegation of Procurement Authority Training (FAC066) offered on the Defense Acquisition University (DAU) website. Civilians may register on the DAU site to enroll and complete DPA training.
  • Review the related Delegation of Procurement Authority Letter described in the training.

After requesting a DPA

  • Email a copy of the EIS DPA training completion certificate to EIS_DPA@gsa.gov.
  • We will review the completed form and start the DPA.
  • You should receive an official DPA letter within two business days.
  • After receiving the letter, you will be able to issue task orders on EIS.

Fields with an asterisk are required.

I represent that I am the individual whose information appears above.*

By completing and submitting this request, I accept and agree to the terms of the delegation of procurement authority found in the applicable Delegation of Procurement Authority Letter and will fulfill the roles and responsibilities identified therein.*

I represent that I am a duly appointed contracting officer per FAR Part 1.603 or authorized official with authority to obligate funds for the agency (or tribe, or other entity authorized to use the contract per GSA Order OGP 4800.2I).*

Last Reviewed: 2019-10-18