NS2020 draft faces plenty of questions

The draft RFP that the General Services Administration released for its upcoming next-generation NS2020 contract has yielded more than 1,600 comments and questions from industry and federal agencies, according to FCW.

A GSA spokesperson told FCW that 1,215 of those questions and comments came from 15 companies, with another 405 coming from government agencies.

GSA is planning three group meetings with industry over the next three months to discuss the draft. These group meetings will be held on April 27, May 28, and June 30. The final RFP is expected out in July, with an award to be made by the end of fiscal 2016.

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