GSA re-ups CACI for public buildings acquisition system
- By William Welsh
- Sep 29, 2005
The General Services Administration has awarded a five-year, $18 million contract to CACI International Inc. to continue supporting the agency's electronic acquisition service for public buildings, the company announced.
Under the contract, CACI of Arlington, Va., will continue supporting GSA with its Comprizon electronic contract management system that serves 11 regions throughout the nation. GSA's Public Buildings Service has been using the system for the past decade.
The technical services that CACI will provide include system maintenance and enhancements, configuration management support, maintenance support of the current electronic acquisition system and the Web-based system, process and solution support, training and interfaces to other applications.
The GSA Public Buildings Service serves as the builder, developer and maintenance provider of federally owned and leased properties, and provides workspace for more than 1 million federal employees. The organization currently oversees more than 8,000 buildings, ranging from border stations and computer centers to courthouses and office spaces. William Welsh is the deputy editor of
Government Computer News' sister publication Washington Technology
William Welsh is a freelance writer covering IT and defense technology.