E-Travel vendors' systems approved

The three federal E-Travel vendors now have until Dec. 31 to sell to the 24 largest federal agencies on their travel management systems.

CW Government Travel Inc. of San Antonio, EDS Corp. of Plano, Texas, and the Mission Systems unit of Northrop Grumman Corp. of Los Angeles got permission May 17 from the General Services Administration to sell their systems to federal agencies.

The systems will handle travel arrangements from beginning to end, including booking air travel, hotel accommodations and rental cars, obtaining supervisor approvals, interfacing with agency accounting systems and reimbursing employee expenses.

 

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