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General Services Administration (GSA), Public Buildings Service (PBS) Existing and Future Support Opportunities and Plans

Code: 13824-DL

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The PBS acquires space on behalf of the federal government through new construction and leasing, and acts as a caretaker for federal properties across the country. PBS provides national leadership, policy direction, and standards in the areas of architecture, engineering, urban development, sustainable design, fine arts, historic preservation, construction services, and project management.

To ensure a high standard of excellence for the American public, PBS engages the best private-sector architects and engineers to design, modernize existing, and construct new federal buildings. GSA establishes and maintains policies and criteria regarding architecture and engineering design practice and building technology, building systems, products, and materials based on the objectives established for the national capital program. These standards set performance objectives for the private sector technical consulting firms' expertise to GSA.

PBS efforts are funded through Congressional authorizations to obligate Federal Buildings Fund (coming from agencies payments to use facilities and appropriations) and through direct agency transfers for specific assignments. After a period of restricted funding for new construction, alterations and repairs, PBS is looking at significant funding for FY2016 and beyond.  

OUTCOME: Firm participants receive sufficient information to encourage and allow them to pursue the opportunities they are capable of performing and to facilitate planning necessary to strengthen their capabilities for potential future opportunities.

OBJECTIVE: Provide the U.S. engineering industry with insight into what engineering related solicitations are to be expected for the following year, the type of work involved, where the procurements will be managed, and any new requirements and programs coming up that would affect future opportunities. 
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Year Published: 2015

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