Federal Supply Service [FSS] Law and Legal Definition

The Federal Supply Service (FSS) is a responsible agency working under the General Services Administration (GSA) for operating a global supply system for the federal government. The FSS handles about $14 billion annually in commercial goods and services. The FSS is responsible for transportation service and travel management, audits, and programs for the transfer or sale of federal property. The Fleet Management System, is FSS inter agency that is responsible for the approximately automobiles, buses, trucks, and other vehicles used by federal agencies.