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GSA to Launch Online Tool for Federal Space Lease Offers in Philadelphia

OfficeThe General Services Administration plans to unveil an online tool designed to help companies and building owners submit and update space lease offers to federal agencies in response to solicitation for proposals.

GSA said Tuesday it will launch the Automated Advanced Acquisition Program at an Industry Day in Philadelphia on May 23.

AAAP is an acquisition platform that government agencies use to lease space in metropolitan areas across the U.S.

Agencies rank offers to lease office space through AAAP based on base rent, interest on tenant updates, operating costs and construction markups and issue awards based on technical requirements, space’s square footage and length of lease period.

GSA said it will also hold Industry Days in other parts of Pennsylvania as well as in Maryland, Virginia, South Carolina and West Virginia.

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