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U.S. General Services Administration Scores A+ in Small Business Engagement

In a commendable demonstration of its long-standing commitment to small businesses, the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) has received an A+ rating on the Small Business Administration’s (SBA) Small Business Procurement Scorecard for Fiscal Year 2022. This marks the 13th consecutive year where the GSA has attained a grade of “A” or above, underscoring its consistent success in integrating small businesses into the federal marketplace.

A Beacon of Small Business Advocacy

The annual SBA scorecard is pivotal in assessing the extent to which federal agencies fulfill their small business and socioeconomic contracting and subcontracting goals. The scorecard also gauges the efficacy of an agency’s commitment to fostering small business participation in federal contracting.

Steadfast Partnership & Acknowledgment

GSA’s Deputy Administrator, Katy Kale, expressed pride in the organization’s robust partnership with the small business community, emphasizing the mutual benefits derived from ensuring small businesses’ contribution of innovative solutions in the federal domain. “Our unwavering commitment to small businesses enables us not only to fulfill our mission but also to empower communities, spur job creation, and bolster working families nationwide,” she stated.

The acknowledgment by the SBA is a testament to GSA’s enduring dedication to optimizing small business engagement, reflecting alignment with the Administration’s broader objectives. Exodie C. Roe III, who leads the GSA’s Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization (OSDBU), highlighted that the achievement illustrates the promising outcomes of cohesive collaboration between OSDBU and the GSA acquisition community in championing small business objectives.

Fiscal Feats & Economic Recovery

During the past fiscal year, the GSA surpassed its small business goals, awarding over $2.8 billion to small enterprises at the prime contract level. 

In its ongoing pursuit to bolster the economy, the GSA OSDBU continues to play a pivotal role in widening the horizon for small and socioeconomic businesses by advocating for their representation in every federal contract, orchestrating matchmaking sessions, conducting nationwide training events, and shaping policies that are conducive to small business participation.

Empowering Small Business Owners

For entrepreneurs and small business owners eager to explore opportunities in the federal sector, the federal Forecast of Contracting Opportunities tool provides valuable insights. It features listings from various departments, including the General Services Administration, Department of the Interior, Department of Labor, U.S. Small Business Administration, and U.S. Office of Personnel Management.

Final Thoughts

The A+ rating of the GSA signifies more than just a numerical achievement; it represents a sustained commitment to creating a fertile ground for small businesses within the federal landscape. This dedication to fostering opportunities is an invaluable component in the larger ecosystem, aiming to rebuild and fortify our economy by harmonizing innovation, community development, and job creation. The collaborative endeavors of the GSA and small businesses are not merely transactional engagements but synergistic partnerships steering the nation towards a future marked by shared progress and prosperity.

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