GSA Picks eGlobalTech for Program Mgmt Support Contract

eGlobalTechThe General Services Administration has awarded eGlobalTech a $15 million contract to provide program management services to GSA’s office of government-wide policy.

Contract work covers sustainment and analysis support and provision of project management professionals, analysts and managers to help OGP in its process modification and strategic planning efforts, eGlobalTech said Wednesday.

GSA’s OGP oversees the development of policies in various areas such as transportation, real property, travel, use of federal advisory panels, regulatory data and information technology.

The agency awarded the contract to the company in September 2015.

Arlington, Va.-based eGlobalTech is a woman-owned company that works to provide IT and management consulting services to federal agencies.

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