GSA Releases Draft Requirements for Governmentwide E-commerce Pilot

The General Services Administration is asking vendors to weigh in on the potential requirements for a governmentwide e-commerce platform that could make it easier for agencies to buy commercial products.

GSA on Tuesday released a draft solicitation for the initial rollout of the platform, which will allow agencies to quickly purchase commercial products without going through the government’s traditional procurement process. Vendors have until Aug. 1 to offer their input.

Officials plan to award contracts to multiple vendors to build a proof of concept where agencies would be able to buy basic items like office supplies, tools and hardware.

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