Alliant comments available online

The General Services Administration Friday posted responses to questions it received from industry about its revised strategy for the 10-year, $65 billion Alliant program.

All federal agencies will be able to buy a wide range of information technology services under the $50 billion Alliant full and open governmentwide acquisition vehicle and the $15 billion Alliant small business set-aside contract.

GSA will issue a second set of draft requests for proposals for Alliant in June to reflect the changes in the program's strategy. This will be followed by at least a 30 days for industry to submit more questions and comments. The agency will release the final RFPs in October followed by another period of at least 30 days for proposal submissions.

GSA said previously that it plans to issue about 20 awards for the Alliant full and open procurement and up to 40 for the small business procurement in summer 2007.

GSA issued a Webcast presentation about its revised strategy for Alliant in February.

The six-page document with the responses to vendor questions issued today is available on the FedBizOpps Web site.

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