GSA Celebrates 71 Years!
The General Services Administration (GSA) celebrates its 71st birthday!
On July 1st, 1949, President Harry S. Truman signed the Federal Property and Administrative Services Act into law. The act was aimed at simplifying the procurement, utilization and disposal of government property and to reorganize certain agencies of the government.
71 years later, GSA is still operating and is now used by hundreds of government agencies. FCC has been utilizing GSA since 2006 and one of the very first contracts was awarded using GSA.
GSA Advantage is the online shopping and ordering system that gives customers access to thousands of contractors as well as millions of different products and services. FCC is always trying to make government purchasing simple, and, with GSA Advantage, customers can search for the product they want and purchase it easily at the at the click of a button.
From agricultural equipment and power generation to scientific equipment and utility vehicles, Federal Contracts Corp has numerous contracts on GSA that offer products available for purchase. Additionally, FCC can satisfy set-aside requirements such as Small Business, Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business, and HUBZone (Historically Underutilized Business Zones).
Visit federalcontractscorp.com to view all the products available on GSA!