GSA Seeks Cloud-Based Audit, Risk Management Tool

The General Services Administration has issued a request for information on ideas intended for the development of a risk management and single audit tool.

GSA said in a FedBizOpps notice posted Monday that it seeks to incorporate decision management, interagency award trend analysis, financial audit and storage capabilities through a single cloud-based platform with mobile device compatibility.

The agency aims to leverage the tool in a move to address federal award audit concerns and create an automated approach to track and determine potential financial risks.

Interested firms may submit their RFI queries via a virtual conference on Jan. 8 while GSA will entertain platform demonstrations from Jan. 29 through Jan. 31 at the agency’s headquarters in Washington, D.C.

Responses to the notice are due Jan. 17.

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