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IBM Gets New Contract to Help GSA Manage, Maintain Contracting Websites

IBM Gets New Contract to Help GSA Manage, Maintain Contracting Websites - top government contractors - best government contracting event

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IBM has received a two-year, $24.5M contract to help the General Services Administration operate and maintain two online contracting information repositories while migrating data stored in those systems to a new platform.

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The company will continue to support the current System for Award Management and Federal Procurement Data System under the firm-fixed-price, time and materials contract, GSA said Wednesday in a FedBizOpps notice.

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The agency seeks to integrate entity registration, exclusions and contract data functions from the legacy applications with the updated SAM.gov site.

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IBM has provided program management, design and development services to GSA since 2010 under the SAM Architecture and Operations Contract Services contract.

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“During IBM's eight years of performance on the SAM-AOCS contract… they have repeatedly delivered good performance and  have improved over time,“ GSA said. “IBM has gained the most technical knowledge of IAE systems among any source in the marketplace.“

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GSA aims to retire the legacy SAM and FPDS websites in fiscal year 2020.

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