GSA seeks E-Travel bids

After a two-month delay, the General Services Administration released a draft request for proposals for a government-wide online travel management system.

GSA plans to roll out an online booking engine, the first iteration of the E-Travel project, by December, according to the draft RFP. E-Travel is one of five Quicksilver initiatives GSA is leading.

Vendors and agencies have until Oct. 21 to provide GSA with comments on the draft RFP. The final solicitation is scheduled to be released in early November. GSA also will hold an industry day after the final RFP is released. GSA wants to have the full travel management system up by December 2003.

 

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