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Coalition for Government Procurement Submits Questions on Transactional Data Reporting Pilot to GSA

GSAThe Coalition for Government Procurement has submitted a set of questions on transactional data reporting pilot gathered from members of the coalition to the General Services Administration.

In a letter addressed Wednesday to GSA senior procurement executive Jeff Koses, CGP asked the agency to answer more than 60 questions before the agency launches the transactional data pilot.

GSA wrote the Transactional Data Reporting rule to gather data on prices paid by agency customers, product description, standard part numbers and quantity of all purchases made by government agencies.

CGP members raised questions on how transactional data will be used, how baseline schedule pricing will be negotiated, methods for pilot administration and operations, the terms for public disclosure of information and evaluation of the pilot.

Click here to read the complete list of member questions.

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