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GSA Issues RFI on Infrastructure Tools for Network Services 2020

GSAThe General Services Administration is seeking information from industry on infrastructure tools to drive the management and operations of the Network Services 2020 program, Federal News Radio reported Friday.

Jason Miller writes that the agency wants industry feedback to identify tools for a system-to-system data exchange, web interface and business and operational support systems that support the NS2020 strategy.

GSA wants program to serve as a strategic sourcing tool for telecommunications services in areas such as infrastructure solutions, satellite and wireless technology and government shared services, the report said.

This RFI includes questions in management and operational functions, pricing concepts, cybersecurity and support systems.

GSA will accept responses through Dec. 1.

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