E-Travel RFP released

The General Services Administration released the final request for proposals for an online travel management system for the federal government.

The contract could be worth $10 billion over 10 years, which includes a three-year base and three option periods totaling seven years.

E-Travel is one of five e-gov projects GSA is managing. Officials will build upon the online booking engine, called FedTrip, which GSA in December hired TRX Inc. of Atlanta to build.

The firm, fixed-price, indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contract for e-Travel requires the contractor to develop a system that will facilitate the entire travel process for federal employees. The travel system should be Web-accessible; owned, operated and hosted by the vendor; and use commercial software. GSA also will require the system to accept digital signatures and link to the E-Authentication.

Proposals are due March 28, after which GSA will conduct two rounds of evaluations.

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