GSA issues task order to help update CFO's systems

The General Services Administration has awarded Guident of Herndon, Va., a one-year, $1.9 million task order to help the agency modernize its financial reporting systems.

Under the deal, Guident will work with GSA's Office of the Chief Financial Officer to migrate nine legacy systems into a new platform as well as bring out a new, agencywide performance management reporting tool.

Rollout of the new system will take place in phases over the next year, Guident said.

GSA placed the task order as part of a Blanket-Purchase Agreement.

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