Project management information system
If you collaborate on projects in federally owned or leased space, use the project management software called Kahua to store and share project information and track the project progress. Usage is required for all contractors and GSA employees, and although not required for our federal agency customers, we encourage you to use it. Having all stakeholders use the same project management tool for design, construction, and leasing projects helps to improve the project delivery practices, standardize operating procedures, and ensure security and privacy.
Project managers and other team members use the tool to exchange information as they collaborate on various activities throughout the project life cycle. Examples of activities done in Kahua are: project agreements, requests for information, project schedules, design reviews, and punch lists.
Contractors, please follow up with your designated GSA point of contact (POC) for specific Kahua usage requirements. Prospective contractors, contact the POC identified in the solicitation.
How to get started
When it is your turn to get started in Kahua, you’ll receive two emails from us — one about account access and one about training . Find out when it is your turn by viewing the deployment schedule.
- Follow instructions given in the first email to finalize your account and access Kahua.
- Follow instructions given in the second email to register for instructor-led training.
- Watch how-to videos, starting with Kahua Introduction and Navigation.
Contact us for help
To ask questions about accessing or using Kahua or to provide feedback on the tool:
- Use the Kahua support and feedback form.
- If you’re unable to access the form, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.