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The General Services Administration (GSA), established in 1949, is known as the federal government's "housekeeping agency." It manages public property and federal procurement. Its predecessor agencies include Office of Contract Settlement, Bureau of Federal Supply, Federal Works Agency, and War Assets Administration.
Government Documents provides access to many GSA publications, including the following series:
Federal Business Opportunities, formerly known as Commerce Business Daily, lists government contracting opportunities.
GSA's web portal and search engine for U.S. government and state and local government information.
Federal Procurement Data System
The Federal Procurement Data System allows you to search for federal contract awards by agency, geographic location, or size of award.
Track federal government spending by type, contractor, geographic area, and other parameters.
Formerly known as Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance, "SAM provides detailed, public descriptions of federal assistance listings available to State and local governments (including the District of Columbia); federally recognized Indian tribal governments, Territories (and possessions) of the United States; domestic public, quasi- public, and private profit and nonprofit organizations and institutions; specialized groups, and individuals."
Inventory of Owned and Leased Properties
This interactive database allows you to search for real property owned or leased by the federal government by state, Congressional district, or city.
Government property for sale or disposal
Find real and personal property that is being disposed of by the federal government