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GSA Forms (GSA)
The GSA forms originate within General Services Administration. They are most often used by GSA associates, contractors and customers.

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The GSA Forms Library contains these forms and views:

GSA Forms (GSA)
These originate within General Services Administration. They are most often used by GSA associates, contractors and customers.

Standard Forms (SF)
Required forms to be used by all agencies.

Optional Forms (OF)
Available for use by all agencies but are not required.

Other Forms
Originate in other agencies but are frequently requested for use by GSA associates.

All Forms
Displays every type of form in the GSA Forms Library.

Forms Formatted for the Visually Impaired
These Forms have been formatted to include extra field-by-field text instruction for use with screen reader software such as JAWS.

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