GSA issues Alliant solicitations

The General Services Administration issued requests for proposals today for its 10-year, $65 billion Alliant procurement program designed to let federal agencies buy a wide range of IT services.

Industry has until Nov. 17 to submit proposals for the $50 billion Alliant full and open governmentwide acquisition vehicle and the $15 billion Alliant small-business
set-aside contract.

GSA plans to issue awards to 25 to 30 companies in 2007 for the Alliant full and open contract, and 40 to 60 awards for the Alliant small-business contract.

Alliant replaces the expiring Millennia and Applications and Support for Widely Diverse End-User Requirements contracts for federal IT services.

Roseanne Gerin is a staff writer for Government Computer News' sister publication, Washington Technology.

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