American Systems nets $34.3M task order to support GSA transition coordination center

American Systems has won a $34.3 million task order to provide transition coordination support services.

The task order was awarded under the General Services Administration’s Connections II contract.

Under the contract, American Systems will provide a newly created transition coordination center—built by GSA to prepare for the transition of agencies from Networx, WITS-3 and other contracts—with policy and strategy development, agency outreach and transition planning, the company said in a release.

American Systems will also provide inventory validation, acquisition planning, project management, training, tracking, reporting, and help desk support.

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