The General Services Administration has launched a mobile website for its online marketing platform called eBuy, FedScoop reported Thursday.
Colby Hochmuth writes the GSA Blog describes the application as a tool intended to provide small businesses a convenient and quick way to offer their products and services to federal customers.
The report says users may register to receive alerts and real-time updates on public trade activities through portable devices and gadgets.
Angela Brees, a Heartland Region public affairs officer, wrote in the blog post that the mobile app works to help small businesses save time and effort to find out government initiatives in which they can compete.
Hochmuth reports the official eBuy website processed approximately $8.34 billion worth of products and services last year.
FedScoop notes the idea for a mobile eBuy site came from the Kansas-based Office of Small Business Utilization under the GSA Heartland Region.