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HILARY W. PEOPLES, Acting
GARRETT ). DAY

JOHN A. PETKEVICH

Assistant Commissioner for Commercial Broker
Assistant Commissioner for the Federal

Protective Service
Assistant Commissioner for Property

Development
Assistant Commissioner for Property Disposal
Assistant Commissioner for Portfolio

Management
Assistant Commissioner for Property

Management

BRIAN K. POLLY
JUNE V. HUBER

JAMES F. STEELE

OFFICE OF POLICY, PLANNING, AND EVALUATION
General Services Building, Eighteenth and F Streets NW., Washington, DC 20405
Phone, 202-501-8880

Associate Administrator for Policy, Planning, G. MARTIN WAGNER

and Evaluation Chief of Staff

JOHN SINDELAR Executive Officer

A. TONI HAZLEWOOD
Director, Committee Management Secretariat JAMES DEAN

Staff
Director, Regulatory Information Service

MARK SCHOENBERG
Center
Deputy Associate Administrator for

FAITH WOHL
Workplace Initiatives
Deputy Associate Administrator for Acquisition IDA M. USTAD

Policy
Deputy Associate Administrator for

REBECCA R. RHODES
Transportation and Personal Property
Deputy Associate Administrator for Information FRANCIS A. MCDONOUGH

Technology
Deputy Associate Administrator for Real

ROBERT J. DILUCHIO Property (For the General Services Administration statement of organization, see the Code of Federal Regulations, Title 41, Part 105-53]

The General Services Administration establishes policy for and provides economical and efficient management of Government property and records, including construction and operation of buildings; procurement and distribution of supplies; utilization and disposal of real and personal property; transportation, traffic, and communications management; and management of the governmentwide automatic data processing resources program. Its functions are carried out at three levels of organization: the central office, regional offices, and field activities.

The General Services Administration
(GSA) was established by section 101 of
the Federal Property and Administrative
Services Act of 1949 (40 U.S.C. 751).
Acquisition Policy The Office of
Acquisition Policy plans, directs, and
coordinates a comprehensive,
agencywide acquisition policy program,

including the establishment of major agency acquisition goals and objectives.

The Office of Acquisition Policy has a major role in developing, maintaining, issuing, and administering guiding principles via the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR), which is applicable to all Federal agencies. It chairs the Civilian Agency Acquisition Council and provides administrative support through

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the FAR Secretariat. The Office develops nationwide. To accomplish this, the GSA implementing and supplementing Office plans, implements, and evaluates principles required by FAR, which is comprehensive agencywide procurement published as the General Services preference programs, including: the Administration Acquisition Regulation. Small Business Program, the Women in

The Office manages the agency's Business Program, the Minority Business internal system for the suspension and Enterprise Program, the Subcontracting debarment of nonresponsive contractors Program, and the Mandatory Source and a governmentwide system for

Program, among others. exchanging information on debarred,

The Office coordinates and develops suspended, and ineligible parties. The

policies that regulate the operation and Office also is responsible for overseeing

implementation of the Small Business the agency's acquisition information

Programs under sections 8 and 15 of the system and serves as agency coordinator

Small Business Act. The Office, through for the Federal Procurement Data

the Small Business Center Program, System.

provides assistance, information, and The Office's Federal Acquisition

counseling to small businesses interested Institute fosters and promotes

in pursuing Federal Government governmentwide career management

contracts, and conducts outreach, and training programs to develop a

seminars, liaison, and source listing for professional workforce and coordinates governmentwide studies to improve the

small and minority businesses.

The Small Business Centers assist procurement process.

agency procurement officials in the For further information, call 202-501-1043. establishment of subcontracting plans Enterprise Development The mission of

and act as liaisons between GSA and the the Office of Enterprise Development is

Small Business Administration. The Small to promote and facilitate programs and

Business Centers conduct on-site reviews activities that support an environment

of vendor subcontracting plans to ensure that provides "Access to Opportunity'' to

compliance with the terms of the small, minority, and women business

approved plan. owners to participate in GSA contracting For further information, call 202-501-1021.

Small Business Center Directory

Region

Address

Telephone

NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION Washington, DC
NEW ENGLAND REGION_Boston, MA
NORTHEAST AND CARIBBEAN REGION New York, NY
MID-ATLANTIC REGION—Philadelphia, PA
SOUTHEAST SUNBELT REGION—Atlanta, GA
GREAT LAKES REGION_Chicago, IL
THE HEARTLAND REGION—Kansas City, MO
GREATEA SOUTHWEST REGION—Fort Worth, TX
ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION-Denver, CO
PACIFIC RIM REGION—San Francisco, CA
NORTHWESTIARCTIC REGION-Auburn. WA

Rm. 1050, 7th & D Sts. SW., 20407

202-708-5804 Rm. 290. 10 Causeway St., 02222

617-565 8100 Rm. 18–130, 26 Federal Plz., 10278

212-264-1234 Rm. 808, 100 Penn Sq. E., 19107-3396 215-666-5523 Rm. 2832, 401 W. Peachtree St. NW., 30303 404_331-5103 Rm. 3714, 230 S. Dearborn St., 60604 312-353-5383 Rm. 1160, 1500 E. Bannister Rd., 64131 816-926–7203 Rm. 11A09, 819 Taylor St., 76102

817-3343284 Rm. 145. Denver Federal Ctr., 80225-0006 303-326-7408 Rm. 0405, 450 Golden Gate Ave., 94102 415-522-2700 400 15th St. SW., 98001

206-931-7956

Contract Appeals The General Services
Administration Board of Contract
Appeals is responsible for resolving
disputes arising out of contracts with the
General Services Administration, the
Department of the Treasury, the
Department of Education, the
Department of Commerce, and other

independent Government agencies. The Board is also empowered to hear and decide protests arising out of automatic data processing procurements governmentwide. Although the Board is

located within the agency, it functions as telecommunication services program an independent tribunal.

provides a variety of new and For further information, contact the Board of

reconditioned telephone station Contract Appeals (G), General Services

equipment, digital private branch Administration, Washington, DC 20405. Phone, exchange systems, wireless equipment, 202-501-0585.

installation, relocation, wiring, and Ethics The Office of Ethics is

cabling. The telecommunications responsible for developing and directing

services contract is a nationwide the agency's programs governing

contract with five regional ordering employee standards of ethical conduct.

offices. It has a broad range of

telecommunications services that can be For further information, call 202-501-0765.

used by any Federal agency. It offers Equal Employment Opportunity The complete technical support in six Office of Equal Employment Opportunity functional areas: strategic and technical is responsible for the agency's equal planning, requirement analysis, design employment opportunity program.

and engineering, acquisition support,

implementation and integration, and For further information, call 202-501-0767.

operations support.

Post-FTS2000 The current FTS2000 Federal Telecommunications Service contracts expire in December 1998. In The current Federal Telecommunications

December 1994, in conjunction with the Service (FTS) was established by GSA

Interagency Management Council, GSA Order 5440.468 on September 8, 1995,

issued the Post-FTS2000 Program by merging FTS2000 and the Local

Strategy as the Government's strategy for Services Program. The principal

acquiring telecommunications services in components of the FTS program are

the post-FTS2000 environment. Released FTS2000, Local Telecommunications

in February 1996, the Strategy provides Services, and the Post-FTS2000 program.

for multiple comprehensive FTS2000 This program provides long

telecommunications service contracts distance voice and data services to

offering all services and providing Federal agencies. In December 1988,

service worldwide, where commercially GSA competitively awarded two separate

available. It supports the National contracts to AT&T and Sprint to provide

Performance Review initiative to develop long-distance telecommunications

the Government service information services to Federal agencies. These

infrastructure. Other contracting efforts contracts, which provide for services

that are part of the post-FTS2000 area rather than equipment, replaced the 25

Federal wireless, international direct dial, year-old Federal Telecommunications

and cable and wiring. System (FTS) with FTS2000.

For further information, call 703–285-1020. The Service's customers can select from a number of long-distance

Information Technology Service telecommunications services provided by FTS2000, including switched voice The Information Technology Service is service, dedicated transmission service, responsible for the coordination and packet switched service, video

direction of a comprehensive, transmission service, switched data governmentwide program for the service, and switched digital integrated management, procurement, and service.

utilization of automated data processing Local Telecommunications Program and local telecommunications This program has three major

equipment and services; planning and reimbursable activities: switched

directing programs for improving Federal services, purchase of

records and information management telecommunications services (POTS), and practices; and providing information to the telecommunications services contract the public through the Federal (TSC). The purchase of

Information Center.

Governmentwide Information Resources Management Assistance The General Services Administration provides governmentwide programs to assist Federal agencies in managing their information resources. The Office of Information Technology Integration (ITI) provides technical and contracting assistance through three complementary programs: the Federal Systems Integration and Management System (FEDSIM); the Federal Computer Acquisition Center (FEDCAC); and the Federal Information System Support Program (FISSP). This assistance is provided on a reimbursable, nonmandatory basis to agencies utilizing the system.

The Federal Systems Integration and Management System provides technical and contractual services to Federal agencies in acquisition, integration, management, and the use of information systems and information technology.

The Federal Computer Acquisition Center competitively conducts large dollar value information processing resources acquisitions for Federal agencies. These acquisitions include systems hardware; systems software; and associated services such as maintenance, training, and systems analysis support.

The Federal Information System Support Program allows ITI to consolidate relatively small, quickreaction, technical services project requirements for other agencies in order to reduce costs. For further information, contact the Office of Information Technology Integration, Suite 1100, 5203 Leesburg Pike, Falls Church, VA 22041. Phone, 703–756 4100. Information Technology Policy and Leadership The Service plans, develops, and directs a governmentwide program to help agencies improve their acquisition, management, and use of information technology. The Service develops and issues governmentwide policies and regulations on information technology acquisition, management, and use. It promotes the development of a technologically competent Federal workforce through management assistance programs, such as the Trail

Boss Program, that help Federal agencies prepare for, conduct, and implement major information technology acquisitions. For further information, contact the Office of Information Technology Policy and Leadership. Phone, 201-501-0202. Information Technology Acquisition The Service plays a major role in the governmentwide procurement of Federal Information Processing (FIP) and telecommunications hardware, software, and services. In providing its acquisition services, the agency seeks out and obtains the best buys; obtains the best leasing and/or purchase price arrangements; negotiates long-term procurement actions to achieve cost reductions; and continually strives to improve Federal procurement practices. For further information, contact the Office of Information Technology Acquisition. Phone, 202– 501-1072. Information Security The Office of Information Security provides worldwide support to all Government activities conducting sensitive and classifies national security, diplomatic, and Department of Defense missions. The Office provides a comprehensive range of services for information systems and participates in the cavelopment of governmentwide information security policies in support of Federal, civil, and Department of Defense activities. This Office provides the technical expertise, personnel, logistics, training, and facilities necessary to manage and support critical Government communications. For further information, contact the Office of Information Security. Phone, 202–708–7000. Office of Emerging Technology The Office of Emerging Technology plans, manages, and directs activities that promote the identification, development, and use of current and emerging technologies in the Federal Government. The Office develops strategies for integrating Federal, State, and local government applications to form a synergetic approach to use information technology to improve the delivery of

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