GSA awards Acquisition Institute contract

FAI information page

The General Services Administration has awarded an $8.2 million, five-year contract to SRA International Inc. for services and support of the Federal Acquisition Institute (FAI).

FAI, established in 1976 under the GSA umbrella, is an "acquisition university" intended to foster a trained acquisition workforce within the federal government.

Among its activities, FAI is conducting research, developing a competency-based acquisition career model, developing training standards and providing training. SRA's duties under the contract include supporting the activities.

Bowie State University is subcontracting to SRA.

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