The General Services Administration (GSA) officially ended Saturday, Oct. 17, the reporting functions on the Federal Procurement Data System website to mark the final transition of those functions to the Data Bank tool on the System for Award Management’s beta website, Nextgov reported Monday.
GSA started moving the FPDS’ administrative, static, standard and ad hoc reporting functions to the beta SAM website in March as part of a soft launch.
“The transition went smoothly over the weekend,” a spokesperson for GSA told the publication. “We are seeing a steady level of usage, supporting a proportional number of simultaneous users as the old FPDS reports module.”
The report said more than 7,500 reports run were recorded as of 3 p.m. Monday, Oct. 19.