The General Services Administration is preparing a business case to provide a new contract vehicle for non-IT professional services called “Integrations.”
Mary Davie, Assistant Commissioner for Integrated Technology Services in GSA’s Federal Acquisition Service, said the vehicle will be a strategic program enabling acquisition of complex integrated professional services along with supporting technology.
“Our governmentwide acquisition contracts (GWACs) have successfully enabled integrated solutions for technology acquisition,” Davie wrote in her blog. “Like the GWACs, we want Integrations to fit closely with customer agency needs so that agencies do not have to create new vehicles.”
Davie said in the next quarter, GSA will finalize the first part of its business case that will be sent to the Office of Management and Budget for reform. The agency will also be releasing a project schedule to allow industry to prepare to respond to anticipated requirements.
Davie will answer questions about the program on Twitter on February 29 from 2-3 p.m. Questions can be sent to her handle @marydavie.