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Matt Calkins: GSA Public Buildings Service Deploys Appian Procurement Tool

Matt Calkins: GSA Public Buildings Service Deploys Appian Procurement Tool - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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Appian Corp. has updated procurement request module application on the company“™s work platform offering that the General Services Administration uses to perform enterprise-wide acquisition processes.

GSA’s Public Building Service deployed the Electronic Acquisition System Integrated to process requests, solicitations, contracts and close-out functions, Appian said Monday.

“The PRM solution is the latest example of GSA PBS“™ commitment to driving innovation in how IT can support the agency“™s mission,“ said Matt Calkins, president and CEO at Appian.

“As the latest in the GSA“™s list of Appian deployments, it is also a testament to the value of unifying multiple applications, data sources and user groups under a common interface,“ added Calkins.

PBS users work to request, review and approve goods and services purchases through a social interface of the application, Appian says.

Appian partner Incentive Technology Group developed the procurement request module application.

PRM also works to integrate with GSA Federal Acquisition Service“™s Appian-based Acquisition Planning Wizard and deploy the services through cloud environments, desktop computers and mobile devices.

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