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GSA Posts Web Resources of Enterprise Infrastructure Service Providers

The General Services Administration has unveiled a list of online resources meant to inform federal agencies of what technology and service offerings they can acquire from multiple vendors via the Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions procurement vehicle, FCW reported Wednesday.

GSA offers information about services, planning and pricing options on the agency’s Interact site in an effort to help government contracting personnel explore information technology products and services for their agencies.

The agency awarded 10 companies spots on the potential 15-year, $50 billion EIS contract in August to provide government clients telecommunications services that range from cloud infrastructure to network security offerings.

FCW reported that EIS vendors expect GSA to award initial EIS task orders in October.

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