RFI issued for Budget Line of Business

The General Services Administration has released the final request for information for Budget Formulation under the three new Lines of Businesses Consolidation initiative — three business days before the industry day.

The RFI, for which responses are due May 5, follows two other similar requests for IT Infrastructure and Geospatial GSA released last week. OMB announced the new LOBs in the fiscal 2007 budget request in February.

“The objective [of the LOB] is to identify opportunities for common solutions, automated tools and other approaches to enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of federal agency and central budget processes,” the RFI said.

The LOB would give agencies a more coordinated approach to producing the budget, exchanging data, enhancing budget and performance integration, and promoting collaboration on these activities, the RFI said.

GSA and OMB will hold an industry day in Washington April 18. To sign up, go here.

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