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FEDSIM: Shaping the Future of Acquisition

FEDSIM is a Client Support Center within the General Services Administration’s Office of Assisted Acquisition Services (AAS). FEDSIM is the leading provider of assisted acquisition services for federal agencies. Our services include acquisition, financial, and project management for the full acquisition life cycle.


Why Choose FEDSIM?

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We provide hands-on, mission-focused program, financial, and acquisition management for the full life cycle of each acquisition.

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We customize our approach to each project. Our trusted processes and business practices drive high-quality outcomes.

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We handle all the details to save our clients time and money while they focus on their agency's mission.

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We are not just acquisition, financial, and project management experts; we are trusted advisors and client advocates.


Client Testimonials

  • "I would like to extend our thanks for the excellent job FEDSIM did for the CDM program. We feel confident that the winning bidder has a strong understanding and appreciation for the program's importance, its innovative nature, and the challenges we will face during implementation. The innovative source selection structure was key to the award’s success, and today’s kick-off meeting validated the utility of the approach. In addition, your dedication, commitment and comprehensiveness was highly valued by your team at DHS."

    - John Simms, CISSP, PMP, U.S. Department of Homeland Security

  • "This contract is running more smoothly than any I have ever seen in my career."

    - CYBERCOM J7 Deputy Director

  • "You set a new standard. Each of you put in maximum effort and played your roles perfectly to ensure that DSS got the best result out of this contract effort. We appreciate your true professionalism while keeping things light, incredible customer service, and your focus on our mission while ensuring an airtight contract effort and checking all the right boxes along the way."

    - U.S. Department of Defense (DoD), Defense Security Service (DSS), Information Technology Service Operations