GSA Spatial Data Management Contract
The Spatial Data Management (SDM) program is an endeavor by the General Services Administration (GSA) to capture and maintain information about our federally owned building space. The GSA owns and leases over 376.9 million square feet of space in 9,600 buildings in more than 2,200 communities nationwide. The SDM program helps the GSA identify the most efficient and cost-effective way to house federal employees and assists the billing department in providing accurate rent estimates and bills to each tenant agency. It uses SDM Computer Aided Design floor plans as the basis for assignment data and also identifies non-revenue producing and vacant space to improve usage.
PDG Architects has been providing spatial data management services to the GSA nationally since 1993. For over 25 years, we have been privileged to have been awarded multiple consecutive IDIQ contracts. These projects have led us from the northern edges of Alaska to the border stations along the Rio Grande. Over these numerous years and projects, we have worked side by side with the GSA personnel to develop a maintenance procedure to keep their building inventory up to date and their data current. Even as many of the GSA staff has retired or moved on, we can state, with pride, that we have the same core staff serving the GSA since our first contract in 1993.