NARA Agency Spending
The National Archives and Records Administration (NARA)
The National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) has been in charge of preserving important U.S. government documents since its creation in 1934. NARA awards around $160 million in contracts each fiscal year. The charts below detail fiscal year 2016 contract award data for NARA and are sourced from USASpending.gov and the GSA Schedule Sales Query.
NARA FY 2016 Contract Awards: $165 Million
NARA FY 2016 GSA Schedule Contract Awards: $89 Million
Top GSA Schedules
In fiscal year 2016, NARA awarded approximately 54% of its contracts through the GSA Schedules program. The agency ranked 4th in terms of highest percentage of contract awards through the GSA Schedules.
NARA has been working closely with GSA over the past year to restructure records management offerings under the GSA Schedule 36 Contract — to include the addition of a new Special Item Number (SIN) for Electronic Records Management (ERM) Solutions. While the majority of NARA’s contract award spending fell under the GSA IT Schedule 70 Contract in fiscal year 2016, this may begin to shift in fiscal year 2018 with the new ERM SIN under the GSA Office, Imaging, and Document Solutions Schedule 36 Contract.
NARA FY 2016 Contract Awards by Top NAICS Codes
NARA FY 2016 Contract Awards by Place of Performance
NARA FY 2016 Contract Awards by Socio-Economic Status
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