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Mary Davie: GSA Launches GWAC Pricing Data Display for Federal Agencies

Mary Davie
Mary Davie

The General Services Administration has introduced a new online tool for government agencies to view data on prices paid for governmentwide acquisition contracts.

Mary Davie, assistant commissioner at the Federal Acquisition Service’s office of integrated technology services, wrote in a blog post published Monday the GWAC Alliant and Alliant SB prices paid tool details pricing data by federal agency, company, contract family, labor categories and contract type.

The tool is designed to help agencies conduct market research, estimate government costs, analyze price data and provide a transparent view of total agency expenditures.

GSA wants contracting professionals to be able to develop acquisition strategies and assess acquisition options with the dashboard, Davie wrote.

“As these solutions continue to evolve, it is our intention to include prices paid data through GSA’s common acquisition portal  – further improving purchasing across government,” Davie added.

The GWAC Alliant and Alliant SB tool is accessible via the StrategicSourcing.gov website.

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