A new dashboard is live for agencies and businesses to track the federal government’s information technology spending on governmentwide acquisition contracts, the General Services Administration announced Wednesday.
The GWAC Dashboard contains non-classified data on IT spending via those contract vehicles between 2004 and the present.
In launching the dashboard, GSA said it designed it for small businesses to make business decisions on their activity in the federal market.
“Over the past several years we’ve received feedback from our federal agency customers and our small business partners indicating that they need access to GSA’s GWAC task-order data,” said Mary Davie, acting commissioner for the Federal Acquisition Service. “This tool is especially valuable to small businesses as it provides access to business intelligence they can use to assess market opportunity, decide how best to allocate resources and identify potential teaming partners for future projects.”
Agencies will use the dashboard to monitor their use of GSA GWAC vehicles, respond to data calls and prepare for executive briefings.
Reports for download and dashboard data are sortable by year, contract, federal agency and industry partner.
GSA said it designed the dashboard to act as a single point for viewing data on GWAC task order obligations, money spent, number of awards and agency and bureau activity.