As the General Services Administration (GSA) works to transform government contracting and consolidate agency spending under its roof, it is also working on a sequel to its highly successful IT services Alliant governmentwide acquisition contract.
The Alliant contract for complex and innovative IT services has served as a purchasing option for 54 agencies that have spent more than $16.5 billion.
GSA recently extended the option on the contract through to April 2019. To prepare for the sequel, GSA is also asking industry for input on possible emerging IT technologies and services on its social media site, Interact.
Casey Kelley, the director of GSA’s Governmentwide Acquisition Contract Center and the Alliant program manager, said the sequel to Alliant will offer agencies a flexible contract that can adapt to new IT technologies and services as they emerge.