GSA Seeks AI-Based SaaS Tool to Back Regulatory Streamlining Efforts

The General Services Administration has issued a solicitation for a commercial artificial intelligence platform that can support regulatory streamlining efforts.

GSA is using the commercial solutions opening method for the procurement action in compliance with the 2017 National Defense Authorization Act and has partnered with the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services to look for a software-as-a-service platform.

GSA and CMS, which was named as the sponsoring customer in the solicitation, seek a SaaS tool that could be used to modernize workflows to comply with several executive orders that advance regulatory streamlining. The platform should have AI features, including natural language processing, prediction and clustering and grouping, as well as regulatory workflow component and document management capabilities.

Any contract award that will come out of the solicitation will not exceed $10M.

GSA will accept solution briefs through April 20.

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