Adds Another Site To Its Growing Platform

Jerry Ashworth
November 20, 2019 at 07:52:08 ET
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After two years, it appears that the General Services Administration (GSA) has almost reached the halfway point of transitioning 10 federal procurement and award processing sites into

In 2017, GSA created as a developmental website. In May 2018, GSA migrated the functionality of the prior Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance (CFDA) website at to the new Entities now can search programs at by clicking on “Search Assistance Listings.” Like the former site, Assistance Listings includes various search functions to allow award applicants to focus on a particular program of interest.

After migrating into, GSA later moved two other systems to the site: Wage Determinations OnLine ( and the Past Performance Information Retrieval System ( Now, GSA has announced that as of Nov. 12, it has migrated Federal Business Opportunities (, a site where users can users can search federal contracting opportunities, to The new site home page is available here.

With four sites now under its belt, GSA is currently working to migrate the Federal Procurement Data System — Next Generation ( In addition, it is taking steps to decommission and migrate the current site to the platform. When the current migrates, will then be renamed

The final four sites that GSA seeks to migrate within the system are the Electronic Subcontracting Reporting System (;; Federal Funding Accountability and Transparency Act Subaward Reporting System (; and Contractor Performance Assessment Reporting System ( GSA officials have explained that consolidating all these systems within will enable the federal government to operate a single database, eliminating data overlap while sharing the data across the award lifecycle. GSA also notes that if users have an account with one of the original websites, they will need to create a new user account to enable them to migrate their existing roles when a site is retired. Entities currently registered in, however, will not need to re-register in

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