GSA awards SAIC systems integration contract

The General Services Administration awarded a task order valued at up to $46.6 million to Science Applications International Corp. to provide systems integration services for GSA's Enterprise Customer Relationship Management implementation.

CRM system integration should enhance GSA's acquisition services to agencies by putting information about customer requirements, service opportunities and market analysis in a single unified source, said GSA Administrator Stephen Perry.

'The GSA-wide system will provide information about customer requirements to all components of GSA so we can work together proactively to provide the entire spectrum of acquisition services and solutions they need,' he said in a statement yesterday.

GSA awarded the task order under its Millennia contract for a one-year base period with four one-year options. The value of the first year award is estimated at $10.1 million and up to $46.6 million over the next five years.

Systems integration should improve account and opportunity management, marketing and service delivery, according to GSA. Improved resource distribution and better-managed public funds should follow, the agency added.

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