Procon was integral in the creation of the General Services Administration’s nationwide electronic project management (ePM) program which has supported over 25,000 construction and renovation projects.

As the nation’s largest landlord GSA has thousands of large and small construction projects underway at any given time across the country. Looking for a better way to manage the overall construction program and individual construction projects, GSA hired Procon to conduct a needs assessment, develop a business case for an ePM solution, vet potential solution providers, and assist GSA staff with implementation.

Since implementation of the ePM program, Procon has continued to provide GSA with ongoing nationwide training, implementation, and help desk support.

Key Responsibilities
  • Conducted in depth needs assessment including collecting data from potential user groups to understand the agency’s needs and develop a scope for the types of technology solutions required
  • Reviewed and vetted potential ePM solutions for quality, functionality, efficiency, and the ability to meet GSA’s performance requirements
  • Evaluated the experience, knowledge, and capabilities of potential ePM vendors and their ability to be responsive to the needs of GSA’s nationwide program
  • Worked with GSA project teams to refine their needs and gather technical and business cases to support the agency’s ability to gain funding and approval for the ePM program
  • After the award of the ePM contract to the chosen vendor, Procon assisted GSA in translating existing business processes, nomenclature, financial coding, and best practices to the ePM vendor for product configuration prior to development.