GSA seeks input on E-Gov Travel RFP

Draft RFP on eTravel

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The General Services Administration is soliciting comments on a draft request for proposals regarding business intelligence technology for travel systems.

The agency seeks comments on a solution that can capture data and provide reports about government travel while adhering to privacy and security requirements. The technology must support GSA’s E-Gov Travel Service and the Defense Department’s Defense Travel System.

Comments are due by April 26, and GSA plans to release the final RFP in May.

GSA intends to award one or more indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity, fixed-unit-price contracts for a one-year base period with four one-year options.


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