About GSA


The General Services Administration, or GSA, helps federal agencies better serve the public by offering, at best value, superior workplaces, expert solutions, acquisition services and management policies.

The General Services Administration, an independent agency, establishes policy for and provides economical and efficient management of Government property and records, including construction and operation of buildings; procurement and distribution of supplies; utilization and disposal of real and personal property; transportation, traffic, and communications management; and management of the governmentwide automatic data processing resources program.

The General Services Administration, as a major policy maker, provides guidance and direction to Federal agencies in a number of management fields. GSA formulates and prescribes a variety of Governmentwide policies relating to procurement and contracting; real and personal property management; transportation, public transportation, public utilities and telecommunications management; automated data processing management; records management; the use and disposal of property; and the information security program. In addition to its policy role, GSA also provides a variety of basic services in the aforementioned areas to other Government agencies.

Private companies supplying the government are required to meet high standards of quality of goods and services, and are awarded 5 year contracts. Air and Water Technology, Inc, is proud to offer GSA approved products from:



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