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The Federal Strategic Sourcing Initiative (FSSI) is a government-wide acquisition service that leverages the Federal Government's consolidated buying power to acquire and manage IT resources at lower cost. FSSI objectives are complementary to Shared-First concepts and three current FSSI acquisition programs address commodity IT services: print management, wireless/mobile, and software licensing.

In addition to FSSI, a number of Federal Agencies have developed enterprise-wide strategic sourcing initiatives to acquire other types of commodity IT services, including laptops, desktop PCs, website management, email, and help desks. Federal Agencies are encouraged to use government-wide FSSI acquisition vehicles or their own enterprise-wide strategic sourcing vehicles to lower costs and promote a Shared-First operating culture.

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