Ag awards EDS $93m contract for e-travel

The Agriculture Department has selected EDS Corp. to provide employee travel services under the General Services Administration's e-Travel Service indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contract vehicle.

The 10-year, firm fixed-unit price tailored task order has a 28-month base period with three extension options and is valued at $93 million if Agriculture exercises all extensions, the company said late last month.

The contract is the first for EDS' FedTraveler.com, which is designed to manage the entire travel process.

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