About PSC

The Professional Services Council (PSC) is the voice of the government technology and professional services industry, representing the full range and diversity of the government services sector. PSC is the most respected industry leader on legislative and regulatory issues related to government acquisition, business and technology. PSC helps shape public policy, leads strategic coalitions, and works to build consensus between government and industry. PSC’s more than 400 member companies represent small, medium, and large businesses that provide federal agencies with services of all kinds, including information technology, engineering, logistics, facilities management, operations and maintenance, consulting, international development, scientific, social, environmental services, and more. Together, the trade association’s members employ hundreds of thousands of Americans in all 50 states.

PSC Mission 

PSC provides unparalleled value to our members by being the leading advocate and resource for the government technology and professional services industry, providing our members with: 

  • Unrivaled Advocacy
  • Outstanding Business Intelligence
  • Policy and Thought Leadership
  • Programming and Networking

PSC 2017 Priorities 

1. Demonstrate the value of government contracting and contractors

2. Help the government become a “smart buyer” and improve acquisition outcomes

3. Promote technology and innovation to achieve agency mission results

4. Help PSC members build workforces to meet future government missions

5. Maintain PSC as a world-class association and develop the PSC Foundation as a premier research and educational activity




PSC Bylaws | PSC Code of Conduct 

PSC History

The Voice of the Government Services Industry…Since 1972

When PSC was founded in 1972 by a group of industry leaders who recognized the emergence and growing vitality of the professional services sector, the sector itself was virtually unaccounted for as part of the U.S. economy and barely considered in the government marketplace. This despite the fact that, overall, it was growing at twice the rate of the rest of the economy and slowly but surely within the government as well. In the decades since, as the professional services sector has become an essential partner with the federal government in virtually all aspects of its operations, PSC has become its clear and consistent voice. In 2008, PSC and the Contract Services Association of America (CSA) merged to create a single, unified voice representing the full range and diversity of the government services sector.