This Product Service Code (PSC) prediction service was developed by researchers at the Naval Postgraduate School and the Air Force Installation Contracting Agency. It is intended to improve personnel efficiency and consistency in selecting Product Service Codes.

Currently, humans classify product and service requirements into one of several thousand possible Product Service Codes. This is a tedious, time-consuming process that, for many areas of spend, tends to lead to inconsistent classification. This site provides machine classification of Federal acquisition requirements (i.e., a machine learning implementation) for this purpose.
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