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GSA Issues ‘Agile Delivery Services’ RFI

websiteThe General Services Administration is seeking industry feedback on its planned “agile delivery services” blanket purchase agreement for the government’s digital service.

GSA announced Wednesday the release of a request for information to solicit comments from companies on how they would develop a new version of FedBizOpps and eBuy.

The 18F team and GSA’s office of integrated technology services plan to feature contractors that specialize in agile delivery services through the BPA.

GSA intends for the BPA to shorten software acquisition cycles and the delivery of products in a phased approach.

GSA also plans to streamline the process, request vendors to demonstrate their agile offerings and support vendors through an outreach program.

Submissions to the RFI are due by Jan. 23.

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