GSA to Complete Schedule Consolidation Activities by Year’s End

Jeff Brody

The General Services Administration is continuing efforts to unify 24 schedules into one contract vehicle to support its goal of simplifying procurement procedures for agencies and offerors, FCW reported Wednesday. Alan Thomas, commissioner of the GSA Federal Acquisition Service, told attendees at an AFFIRM event that the FAS plans to complete transition activities and address “special cases” by the end of the year.

Last month, GSA issued a request for information on potential features of the consolidated schedule. The move comes as FAS continues its implementation of the $50B Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions contract vehicle, under which agencies must release solicitations by September.

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