Home / Acquisition & Procurement / GSA, Air Force to Form Enterprise Sourcing Panel

GSA, Air Force to Form Enterprise Sourcing Panel

Tom Sharpe
Tom Sharpe

The Air Force has partnered with the General Services Administration to establish a working group that will help the military branch acquire products and services through GSA-run contract vehicles.

Tom Sharpe, commissioner of GSA’s Federal Acquisition Service, and Air Force Sustainment Center Contracting Director Robert Boyles signed their organizations’ partnership agreement, GSA said Monday.

Robert Boyles
Robert Boyles

The partnership allows AFSC to utilize GSA sourcing channels, including the One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services vehicle, electronic Reverse Auctions platform, Global Supply Special Order Program.

AFSC provides depot maintenance, installation support and supply chain management services across the branch, according to GSA.

It is responsible for sustaining military aircraft such as the C-130 Hercules, F-16 Falcon and RQ-4 Global Hawk as well as aircraft engines and components.

Check Also

Acquisition Reforms Now Helping Air Force Save Budget, Time for Modernization

A top U.S. Air Force official has said the service is already benefiting from the acquisition reforms approved by Congress, particularly in its programs to get new jet trainers, helicopters and satellite systems, National Defense Magazine reported Wednesday.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *