10573 GSA Office

Find 10573 GSA offices and General Services Administration facilities. GSA offices provide information about federal government services and certifications, the GSA catalog, working for GSA, locations of GSA offices, GSA vendors and contractors, and obtaining government contracts.


Lynbrook New York GSA Office 65 Atlantic Avenue Lynbrook NY 11563 25.0 miles from 10573 516-825-1448


Merrick New York GSA Office 2542 Jill Court Merrick NY 11566 25.6 miles from 10573 917-848-6735

New York New York GSA Office 201 Varick Street New York NY 10014 26.3 miles from 10573 212-337-2693

New York New York GSA Office 26 Federal Plaza New York NY 10278 26.8 miles from 10573 212-264-3305

New York New York GSA Office 26 Federal Plaza New York NY 10278 26.8 miles from 10573 212-264-1234

New York New York GSA Office 26 Federal Plaza New York NY 10278 26.8 miles from 10573 212-264-8780

New York New York GSA Office 26 Federal Plaza New York NY 10278 26.8 miles from 10573 212-264-2600

New York New York GSA Office 26 Federal Plaza New York NY 10013 26.9 miles from 10573 646-587-3500

New York New York GSA Office 40 Foley Square New York NY 10007 26.9 miles from 10573 212-791-0135

New York New York GSA Office 290 Broadway New York NY 10007 26.9 miles from 10573 212-637-2970

Bridgeport Connecticut GSA Office 915 Lafayette Boulevard Bridgeport CT 06604 27.5 miles from 10573 203-579-5746

Newark New Jersey GSA Office 970 Broad Street Newark NJ 07102 32.6 miles from 10573 973-645-2413

New Haven Connecticut GSA Office 200 South Frontage Road New Haven CT 06510 43.6 miles from 10573 203-785-4682

Edison New Jersey GSA Office 2890 Woodbridge Avenue Edison NJ 08837 49.6 miles from 10573 732-906-5605

What is a Small Business Set-Aside?

Small business set-asides are a tool for making small businesses competitive in seeking federal contracts. Federal contracts with small business set-asides are those that designate all or part of a contract award exclusively for small businesses.

How does a vendor get a GSA Schedule contract?

The GSA issues solicitations for products and services to be purchased by the federal government. Interested vendors submit a proposal based on the specifications in the GSA's solicitation. The GSA conducts due diligence on proposals received in order to identify Responsible Vendors. The GSA then evaluates the proposals, negotiates pricing and terms, and awards contracts to the vendors that offer acceptable pricing and terms.

How do vendors find out about GSA solicitations?

The GSA provides a Forecast of Contracting Opportunities with information on planned federal contracting opportunities. The Forecast alerts vendors to contracting opportunities early in the process.