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Transactional Data Reporting and the Formatted Product Tool Pilots Launch

GSA will implement two major initiatives this summer as part of the MAS Transformation initiative.

The Transactional Data Reporting Rule (TDR) requires vendors to electronically report the price the federal government paid for an item or service purchased through GSA acquisition vehicles. The rule reduces burdensome reporting requirements for industry. It also supports government-wide category management initiatives by producing market intelligence that GSA and its partner agencies can use to make smarter acquisition decisions and save taxpayer dollars.

The Formatted Product Tool (FPT) is a systems upgrade that will be activated within the existing eOffer and eMod platforms. This enhancement will replace the cumbersome and redundant SIP and CORS processes, and through an automatic upload of products and prices, improve speed to market on GSA Advantage! so items are seen immediately and can be purchased by our federal customers.

Visit the MAS Interact page to learn more and find opportunities for training on each initiative. Please continue to monitor the MAS Interact page, as we will be posting updates and advanced notices on the interactive platform moving forward.


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