Transportation transfers ITOP II to GSA

The Transportation Department is transferring management of the Information Technology Omnibus Procurement contract to the General Services Administration, effective this month.

ITOP II is worth up to $10 billion over seven years.

'ITOP II is a well-respected information technology GWAC contract vehicle that will provide additional options for GSA customers to meet their IT contracting needs' said Tina Burnette, deputy assistant commissioner for commercial acquisition, GSA Federal Supply Service.

ITOP II provides customers with a range of contract options, including fixed-price, and time- and materials-based.

OMB conferred governmentwide acquisition contract status to the ITOP-II contract vehicle on June 9. GSA will continue to support the needs of the Transportation Security Administration, Coast Guard, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Transportation Department and other current ITOP II customers. GSA will expand direct-ordering authority to requesting agencies.

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Mary Mosquera is a reporter for Federal Computer Week.

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