GSA Develops Digital Building Signage Pilot Program

nist buildingThe General Services Administration has launched a pilot program to develop a digital signage for building architecture under a $2.4 million project.

Pyramid Alliance received the contract in June through GSA’s 8(a)STARS II small business governmentwide acquisition contract and will work to design, install and maintain the web-based system, GSA said Tuesday.

The development phase runs for 15 months and the digital signage will apply to 50 GSA buildings across 11 regions.

GSA worked with the Public Buildings Service‘s Office of Facilities Management and Services Programs, and the Federal Acquisition Services’ Assisted Acquisition Services and Integrated Technology Services’ Small Business GWAC Center to develop the pilot program.

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