GSA releases RFP for online travel system

The General Services Administration last week released the final request for proposals for an end-to-end online travel management system.

The GSA contract could be worth $10 billion over 10 years, with a three-year base and three option periods.

Officials in the E-Travel Program Management Office released a draft RFP in October and had hoped to release the final version in November, but the project's complexity and the incorporation of suggestions from industry delayed the announcement.

The contract requires a system that will manage the entire travel process for federal employees. GSA officials said it must be Web-accessible, use commercial software, accept digital signatures and link to the E-Authentication gateway.

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