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GSA Unveils 10-Year Administrative Services Delivery Vision

GSAThe General Services Administration has crafted a 10-year vision for the delivery of administrative mission support services to customers in the federal government.

GSA said Wednesday its unified shared services management office collaborated with the Shared Service Governance Board, providers and clients to develop the administrative function support delivery vision.

The agency aims to transition the federal enterprise to standard business requirements and balance the marketplace of federal and commercial providers to apply transaction processing services and technology services.

GSA also seeks to adopt subscription technology services such as software as a service and platform as a service.

The agency added it will explore funding models to change investment approaches and apply economies of skill to help agencies leverage their resources.

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