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GSA Seeking Input on Proposed IT Services BPA for Centers of Excellence

The General Services Administration is looking for input on a proposed blanket purchase agreement for phase I work under the agency’s Centers of Excellence systems modernization program, GSA officials said Thursday in a GitHub post.

The Discovery BPA vehicle enables GSA to acquire initial discovery and assessment services from a selection of multiple awardees specializing in at least three CoE functional areas. GSA said the model allows it to release awards rapidly and obtain information technology services through an “as-needed” basis. The agency noted that its CoEs plan to make the resulting capabilities available through the GSA IT Schedule 70.

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Interested parties may submit feedback through Feb. 8.

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