Transactional Data Reporting; GSAR Sections Affected: 516.506, 538.273, 552.216-70 (Deviation II), 552.216-75, Alt I of 552.238-80, Alt I of 552.238-81, 552.238-83, and 552.238-85

OMB 3090-0306

OMB 3090-0306

Transactional data is generated when a transaction is made between a buyer and seller and shows details of transactions at the line-item level, such as descriptions, quantities, and the prices paid for the items purchased. The Government is increasingly using this data to gain insight into its purchasing patterns, allowing it to identify the most efficient solutions, channels, and sources to meet its mission critical needs. This data is particularly critical to the Government’s use of category management, the business practice of buying common goods and services as an enterprise to eliminate redundancies, increase efficiency, and deliver more value and savings from acquisition programs. Moreover, individual buyers benefit from this data when conducting market research, price analysis, and negotiations.

The latest form for Transactional Data Reporting; GSAR Sections Affected: 516.506, 538.273, 552.216-70 (Deviation II), 552.216-75, Alt I of 552.238-80, Alt I of 552.238-81, 552.238-83, and 552.238-85 expires 2022-11-30 and can be found here.

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