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The Savings & Benefits of Using GSA BPA's for your Information Technology Needs

Thursday, March 14, 2013 - 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM

Learn how to buy IT commodities through BPAs with characteristics of strategic sourcing.

Register for this GSA Webinar to learn how GSA’s Information Technology (IT) products, ancillary services, and solutions can 

  • drive down prices and streamline your IT acquisitions,
  • make the processes faster,
  • add capabilities, and
  • help you meet socioeconomic requirements.


This course explains what commercial products and ancillary services are available and how to use our pre-competed IT Blanket Purchase Agreements (BPAs). These BPAs offer quick access to a wide range of high-quality solution providers who deliver best-value solutions in support of your agency's mission. Do more with less!

Quick tips on expanded features of eBuy will also be covered.

Come and learn firsthand about the many benefits of using the GSA BPA's for IT commodities and ancillary services.

Who Should Attend
This course is open to all federal, state and local government employees who want to know what commercial products and ancillary services are available and how to take advantage of our pre-competed IT (BPAs).


1. Register in advance via GSA Interact at interact.gsa.gov/gsa-training

2.  To attend on 3/14, click here to go to the webinar login page: http://gsafas.adobeconnect.com/gsabpas/

3.  Click the top radio button, 'Enter as a Guest' and type in your full name

4. Click 'Enter Room'. (There is no Password).

You will be connected to an audio bridge using your computer's speakers (VoIP).  No phone is necessary. Turn up your computer volume and uncheck 'mute'. A question-and-answer period will be provided at the end of the session via Chat.

Attendees will receive 1 CLP credit (*you must register for the training session at interact.gsa.gov/gsa-training to get CLP credit*)

For more information, contact Kevin Stallings at: kevin.stallings@gsa.gov, or call: (404) 331-1110.


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