GSA Seeks Computer Games for Training Contracting Personnel

ComputerCodeThe General Services Administration is seeking to acquire computer games for training government contracting personnel, Nextgov reported Friday.

Joseph Marks writes the GSA’s Federal Acquisition Service wants users to access the games through a mobile application and for contractors to experiment and make decisions in a risk-free environment.

GSA intends for users to paths based on their decisions throughout the games and earn points for accomplishing contracting-related challenges, Nextgov reports.

Marks writes potential developers will be required to build the games based on open architecture for future software updates.

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