GSA puts out small biz RFP

The General Services Administration released the final solicitation for the 8(a) FAST2 governmentwide acquisition contract for information technology. Up to $15 billion in task orders will be made over the seven-year life of the contract.

"The original FAST contract was a great success for both our 8(a) vendor partners and GSA, and we look forward to providing more opportunities for 8(a) businesses under FAST2," said Donna Bennett, commissioner of GSA's Federal Supply Service.

More than 11,500 orders, worth $1.6 billion, have been placed with small, disadvantaged 8(a) firms since contracts under the first 8(a) FAST GWAC was awarded in 1997, according to GSA. Those contracts will expire Oct. 31, 2004.

Responses to the RFP are due Sept. 10.


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