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FedRooms puts your property in front of government travelers

As the only official government-wide lodging program, FedRooms increases your visibility to government travelers. Gain access to maximize your market share and receive priority listing on both the ETS and DTS booking tools. 

Review our 2024 Hotelier handout here.

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Are you interested in FedRooms?

FedRooms is a managed hotel program with an annual RFP process. Information about the RFP can be found in our FedRooms LinkedIn group, which is posted each year in late May or early June.



In order to be considered into the FedRooms program, your property must meet our program requirements:

  • FEMA certified and ADA compliant
  • Competitive rate at or below per diem
  • Cancellation policy of 4 p.m. day of arrival or later (domestic) and no more than 24 hours (international)
  • At least 2 crowns
  • No deposit or early departure fees
  • Monthly production reporting and payment
  • Book FedRooms rate when requested
  • Compliance with all terms and conditions
  • Complimentary guest room internet


RFP Process

Be sure to follow the FedRooms Group on LinkedIn: FedRooms for the 2024 Fedrooms RFP updates.

2024 FedRooms Business Case for RFP is CLOSED

The window to submit a business case for the 2024 RFP is now closed. The next critical date will be the opening of our 2025 business case submission window. We anticipate that this will happen sometime in late May/early June.  

Be sure to follow the Fedrooms Group on LinkedIn: FedRooms.

Note: FY24 per diems have officially been announced.

The new per diems can be found on the GSA's website here.

A special note from our partners at the Federal Government:

In support of Federal Government goals consistent with the Biden-Harris Administration objective, GSA is looking to garner feedback from the Hotel Industry on its union and collective bargaining labor practices – consistent with law - that result in quality, middle class jobs that are supported by federal funds. One focus area that we look to collaborate with the lodging industry, is potential for 'future' requirements regarding 'daily cleaning' and notification of labor disputes. We look forward to discussing it as part of our next Hotel Council agenda. Questions can be directed to


New Offering: FedRooms Office Hours 

Do you have specific questions about your property or brand for the FedRooms team? New this fall, our FedRooms experts will be available for office hours the following Tuesday after our monthly webinar for hoteliers.



We will post office hour times and webinar access information prior to each upcoming session

Report & Remit

If your hotel does not report and remit centrally, reporting your FedRooms production is as easy as providing your room nights and revenue monthly. Due by the 20th of each month, and payments need to be received 30 days after receiving the invoice. Please reach out to with questions. 

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Reporting for individual properties

Use our self-reporting website. Properties are reported by FEMA number.


Advertising with FedRooms

We offer unique opportunities for you to reach FedRooms travelers, ensuring your property is presented to the right audience at the right time.

Download the FedRooms Advertising Media Kit