General Services Administration
Kyle Stone | GovCentral Contributing Writer
The mission of the General Services Administration (GSA) is to monitor and improve the service federal agencies offer to the people of the United States. The GSA is responsible for setting management policies in place, providing services during acquisitions, and ensure financial accountability of other government departments and agencies. The GSA also works to simplify citizen access to government information and services.
Number of Civilian Employees: 12,000
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Agency Website: General Services Administration