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GSA Begins Source Selection Phase for Alliant 2 IT Contract Vehicle’s Unrestricted Portion

The General Services Administration has started the source selection process for the unrestricted section of the potential 10-year, Alliant 2 governmentwide acquisition contract for information technology products and services.

John Cavadias, lead contracting officer for Alliant 2, wrote in a blog entry posted Friday that GWAC procuring contracting officers and acquisition team evaluators may initiate communications with potential vendors about their plans for small business subcontracting process as well as their financial data through GSA form 527.

Such communications will be done in the form of verification in order for PCOs to complete the assessment of proposals that were submitted for the GWAC.

GSA’s PCO will provide updates on the Alliant 2 contract vehicle via FedBizOpps.

The agency’s updates on the contract vehicle’s unrestricted part came nearly a year after GSA issued requests for proposals on the Alliant 2 program’s unrestricted and small business portions with a combined ceiling value of $50 billion.

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