Anura Holds GSA Professional Services Schedule Contract

Richard Kahn - April 10, 2018

Anura, a division of the award-winning advertising firm eZanga, is an ad fraud protection software that monitors your traffic to identify real users versus bots and human fraud.

In addition to offering ad fraud protection, Anura is also GSA certified, which allows them to offer services to the federal government and under GSA contract holders.  

What Is GSA

In 1949, President Harry Truman formed the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) with the intent to grant long-term contracts that provide the federal government with quality, low-cost goods and services.

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The organization's mission is to provide the best value in technology, real estate, acquisitions, and goods, while reducing the federal government's real estate footprint and creating a more efficient government.

How It Works

Anura is GSA certified through their parent company eZanga, which was awarded the Professional Services Schedule 00CORP Contract by the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA). eZanga was approved by the GSA as a GSA GS-00F-155DA Contract Holder under special item number 541 3: Web Based Marketing Services.

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The GSA program and special item number provides eZanga, and by default Anura, too, with the authorization to provide services to federal government agencies, customers, and GSA contract holders.

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Richard Kahn

Rich Kahn is the Founder and CEO of, a digital advertising firm and purveyor of the ad fraud traffic management platform Anura. He has more than 23 years of global experience in internet technology, digital advertising, and ad fraud management, and is often revered for his implementation of fraud elimination techniques and client growth. Previously, Rich founded his own internet service provider, First Street Corporation and co-founded Paid for Surf, an advertising software company, before joining the pay per click advertising network AdOrigin as its COO. Rich has held management roles at Verizon Wireless and Bloomberg.