GSA offers state, local, tribal, and territorial governments the opportunity to purchase commercial products and services under certain authorities. These products and services are provided through the GSA Multiple Award Schedule (MAS) program.
Sign Up: Consultation for Tribal and Business Leaders on March 13
GSA invites tribal leaders and business leaders in Indian country to a government-to-government consultation to discuss your interests and concerns surrounding GSA’s support of tribes. In particular, we look forward to discussing improvements to SAM.gov.
The consultation will take place on the afternoon of March 13 at the Reservation Economic Summit (RES) event hosted by the National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development (NCAIED). The RES event will take place March 11 to 14, from 8 a.m. to 5:50 p.m. (PT).
3570 S. Las Vegas Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89109
Note: Participation in the consultation session does not require registration to the RES 2024 event.
Cooperative Purchasing Program for State, Local, Tribal, and Territorial Entities
GSA’s Cooperative Purchasing Program allows state, local, tribal, and territorial governments to purchase mission-ready supplies and services to meet immediate needs or future requirements. As authorized by statute, these entities can buy a variety of commercial products and services under specific Multiple Award Schedule (a.k.a. “MAS” or “Schedule”) contracts for IT and security solutions.
The Cooperative Purchasing Program can save your agency time and money while supporting your mission. You can access thousands of nationwide, pre-vetted vendors who offer a wide array of commercial information technology (IT) and law enforcement products, services, and integrated solutions.
State, Local, and Territorial Organizations Can Strengthen Cybersecurity with GSA Solutions
State, local, and territorial organizations can minimize exposure to cyberthreats with GSA’s state-of-the-art, customizable products, services, and support tools. Cybersecurity planning can help you prevent an unexpected disaster and ensure a rapid response time if a cyberattack occurs.
These solutions can:
- Enhance security
- Improve cyber resilience
- Protect important information
- Modernize systems
- Develop governance and planning processes
- Assess and evaluate throughout the program life cycle
- Mitigate risks and vulnerabilities
- Build workforce development practices
- Develop or revise existing cybersecurity plans
New Fact Sheet on Broadband Solutions for Tribes and Tribal Organizations is Available
Broadband solutions for tribes and tribal organizations are now available! Discover how GSA can support your broadband planning, deployment, and maintenance projects with our acquisition programs. Eligible tribes and tribal organizations can procure supplies and services to meet immediate and future broadband needs. GSA provides access to thousands of nationwide pre-vetted vendors who offer a wide array of commercial IT and telecommunications products, services, and integrated solutions.
Custom Resources: Native American Tribal Ordering Guide
Unique buying benefits and resources are available for Native American Tribal agencies. GSA has several programs specifically designed to meet these custom requirements.
From vehicle sales and real property transfers to public sales and specially tailored training programs, we’ve curated a Native American Tribal ordering guide that can explain and simplify the process and benefits of doing business with GSA. The benefits include deep discounts, introduction guides to get you started, and more!
Searching for Native American–Owned Businesses? Try Our New Tool
GSA now offers a search tool designed to improve visibility for Native American–owned businesses offering commercial products and services via GSA Advantage!®, GSA eBuy, and GSA eLibrary. This tool aims to simplify the process of finding government contracts and opportunities in support of Native American entities by allowing buyers to search for Native American business categories.
This initiative demonstrates GSA’s commitment to promoting diversity and inclusivity in government contracting while providing Native American enterprises access to new opportunities for growth, economic development, and enhanced collaboration between these entities and federal agencies.