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Fed Geographic Group Wants Web Info:<@VM>GSA Center Seeks Financial, Administrative Solutions:<@VM>Deloitte Makes GSA IT Schedule:

by Patience Wait

The Federal Geographic Data Committee is conducting a market survey on, the one-stop Web site for information on the U.S. government. The committee is interested in determining interest in offering geographic information and services by location.

The deadline for submissions is Jan. 31. More information can be found at, or contact contracting officer Maggie Russell at Financial Management Systems Service Center of the General Services Administration's Federal Technology Service is looking for vendors wishing to be "interested sources" or industry partners for project management, business case analysis and systems integration.

GSA wants contractors that have experience with financial and administrative management systems projects in the federal sector. Examples of projects directly related to implementing federal government accounting, budgeting, human resource, payroll, procurement or travel systems especially are requested.

No contracts are pending, but vendors that meet the criteria may be contacted for future work with the center and client agencies. Contact Linda Wilkinson at for more information.Deloitte Consulting has been approved to provide IT services to the federal government under the GSA's Schedule 70, general information technology equipment, software and services.

The firm now can provide a full range of consulting services, including information systems development, systems analysis, design and integration, programming services, network management and other IT services.

Deloitte Consulting has capabilities in other industries, such as health care, financial services and consumer business, that will translate well to e-government and enterprise resource planning in the federal market. Its leading spot in health and human services in the state and local government market positions the firm well to serve social service agencies at the national level, according to Bob Campbell, senior principal and leader of Deloitte Consulting's U.S. Federal Practice.

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