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GSA Seeks Mobile-Based Procurement Training Tech

GSAThe General Services Administration wants mobile applications to help train federal agencies’ acquisition personnel, FCW reported Thursday.

Mark Rockwell writes that GSA’s Federal Acquisition Service has released a solicitation encouraging developers to design interactive technology that could be used for government procurement training programs.

GSA intends for agencies to utilize the virtual platform for buying goods and services, according to Rockwell’s article.

Additionally, GSA aims to offer the acquisition workforce an environment to test different strategies and techniques, according to FCW.

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