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DoD a top spender on GSA's governmentwide contracts

Mar. 10, 2014 - 06:00AM   |  
By NICOLE BLAKE JOHNSON   |   Comments

Nearly $1 billion has flowed through the General Services Administration’s governmmentwide contracts this year, with SAIC and SRA International among the companies receiving the bulk of that business.

Defense components and the military services account for nearly half of the spending across GSA’s five GWACS, which include 8(a) STARS, 8(a) STARS II, Alliant, Alliant Small Business and VETS.

DoD, which includes defense agencies, has obligated $230 million in task orders against the GWACS. The Air Force Headquarters obligated $167 million in funding, and the Army has spent $110 million as of March 10, according to GSA data.

SAIC, SRA International and Lockheed Martin have seen the largest share of business under the GWACS this year.

GSA provides contract spending data through its Governmentwide Acquisition Contract Dashboards, which aggregate nonclassified data on federal information technology spending dating back to 2004.The dashboards can be accessed through www.gsa.gov.

The dashboards are updated daily, and can also help agencies monitor their use of GSA GWACs. They allow users to create customized reports with data sorted by year, contract, federal agency or company.

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