GSA wants fed contracts online

The General Services Administration wants public comment on a pilot project that will put federal contracts on the Web. Comments are due Aug. 5 at, according to the June 6 Federal Register. Some contract information is available on federal sites, but contracts themselves are not routinely posted. Proprietary information in contracts would be redacted before posting, GSA said.

GSA wants comments on the parameters of the pilot and the guidance needed to ensure posting complies with laws and regulations.


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