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GSA Seeking Price Check Search Engine

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The General Service Administration is asking for industry input in creating a database search engine to instantly check prices of commercial and government products.

In a request for information, GSA said it wants to create the database to let all federal agencies compare current prices of selected products.

The database would search both commercial and government websites such as the Defense Department‘s email, GSA Advantage and NASA‘s Solutions for Enterprisewide Procurement.

Searchable fields within the database should include:

  • Delivery times
  • Item description
  • Manufacturer
  • National stock number
  • North American industry classification service code
  • Part number
  • Quantity discounts
  • Shipping cost
  • Unit of issue

GSA said responses should include a rough cost estimate with an associated project schedule and the agency is accepting responses through than Feb. 29.

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