In accordance to the Regulation (EU) 2021/2116 on the financing, administration and monitoring of the Common Agricultural Policy 2023-2027, all member states also have to check and document the quality of their geodata-based application system GSA (Geo-Spatial Application) from January 1, 2023. The specification for performing the GSA quality check is published by the European Commission.

Performing GSA QA with GSA-Reporter

The regulation (EU) 2021/2116 on the financing, management and monitoring of the common agricultural policy 2023-2027 entered into force on January 1, 2023. Among the innovations, the following three components of the integrated administration and control system will be subject to a quality assessment:

  1. The system of identification of agricultural parcels LPIS (Land Parcel Identification System).
  2. The geo-spatial application system GSA (Geo-Spatial Application)
  3. The Area Monitoring System (AMS)



GSA-Reporter is an easy-to-use stand-alone application for performing the required by the European Commission annual quality assessment of the geospatial application system (GSA QA).



The GSA-Reporter Package

You receive a one-time start package, which includes the basic license of the standard GSA-Reporter software. You will receive the latest version of GSA-Reporter for the year in which you intend to use the application for the first time, including all features required by the european commission. In addition, you will immediately benefit from our user support, which will help you and your employees competently and in a friendly manner by phone or e-mail with all technical and professional questions regarding your GSA QA. Likewise included in the package is the free participation of up to two of your employees in our annual GDV IACS QA customer workshop, where we report on all changes planned by the european commission, explain them, offer solutions and present them for discussion. This gives you the opportunity to contribute your ideas to the further development of GSA-Reporter and to intensively exchange ideas in a constantly growing and very friendly user community.

In subsequent years after the first year, you can purchase an annual update package. This includes, in addition to the license to continue using GSA-Reporter, all elements of the startup package and a software delivery of GSA-Reporter that covers all necessary customizations for that year.

We would also be happy to provide you with an attractive all-inclusive offer for a start-up package and the associated annual update packages over a period of several years. Just get in touch with us!

The advantages at a glance

  • Development in close communication with the EU Commission and paying agencies
  • Compliance with all current EU regulations
  • Automatic calculation and visualization of all statistics and values of the QA report
  • Automatic plausibility checks with traffic light system
  • Generation of reports according to the specifications of the EU Commission
  • Seamless interoperability with AMS-Reporter
  • Competent user support (support by phone or e-mail)
  • Exchanging experiences with the user community at the annual GDV IACS QA workshop

Contact us

For further information on GSA-Reporter feel free to contact Ms. (emmel at or Mr. Müller (mueller at 

We would also be happy to present the GSA-Reporter scope of services live in a web session and answer your questions.


The technology of the application

GSA-Reporter is a Java-based desktop application. GSA-Reporter pays special attention to easy-to-understand, intuitive usability as well as comprehensive and accurate compliance with EU requirements. GSA-Reporter is based on the Java GIS API GDV-MapBuilder. It is a framework for the simple development of platform-independent client- and server-side specialist applications.

By using OpenJDK, you can safely run GSA-Reporter in your IT environment without being afraid of additional licensing costs.

GSA-Reporter supports file-based data sources (e.g. ESRI-Shape) as well as web services and database connections (e.g. Oracle and PostgreSQL) in which your work data can also be held and processed.