GSA lightens up on Millennia

GSA lightens up on Millennia


The General Services Administration's latest multibillion-dollar solicitation for information technology services hit the streets last month.

The Federal Technology Service's Millennia Lite indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity buy will focus on four areas: IT planning, studies and assessment; high-end services; regional mission-support services; and legacy system migration and development of new enterprisewide systems.

GSA officials estimate that agencies will spend more than $20 billion through the multiple-award procurement. Vendors must submit bids by Dec. 6.

The agency this spring awarded 12 contracts for its Millennia program [GCN, May 10, Page 54]. FTS bills Millennia as a services program for large, complex projects, and Millennia Lite as a program for small, straightforward projects.

'Christopher J. Dorobek, Susan M. Menke and Patricia Daukantas

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