GSA Announces Transactional Data Reporting Pilot Extension

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The General Services Administration has decided to extend the Transactional Data Reporting pilot through fiscal year 2020 to consolidate 24 schedules into just one platform. GSA said that it implemented the TDR rule as an optional three-year pilot in 2016, which covers eight schedules and related special item numbers.

TDR is an acquisition regulation that requires monthly reporting of transactional sales data from Multiple Award Schedules and other governmentwide contracts to boost transparency and reduce burden. GSA said that it will reassess the TDR pilot by the end of FY 2020 and decide whether to cancel, expand or continue the program.

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