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What the GSA’s Schedules Can Do

Written by admin on . Posted in Fes, Operational solutions, Tailored logistics support program

The General Services Administration, or the GSA, is a major federal government agency that is responsible for providing all sorts of materials, supplies, services, and more to various government agencies ranging from office building workers all the way to the military, police, firefighters, and those who work with historical American buildings. The GSA has all kinds of Schedules for organizing its operations, and some may focus on providing C4ISR systems to the military or police, or providing fire and emergency services equipment and training. The GSA can also handle more mundane, but no less important work such as the GSA 56 Schedule. What does the GSA 56 Schedule do? What is C4ISR? Those new to the workings of the GSA may find a sprawling industry of federal employees who work their hardest to keep everything running.

GSA Basics

In short, the GSA is a large agency that is split up into Schedules to organize how it works. In particular, the GSA Schedules program is brok