Karsun Receives $75M Task Order to Update GSA Fleet Mgmt Platform

Karsun Receives $75M Task Order to Update GSA Fleet Mgmt Platform

Karsun Solutions has secured a five-year, $75M task order to help the General Services Administration modernize a technology platform for managing the federal government's procurement, leasing and rental of civilian service vehicles.

GSA aims to implement an integrated system designed to simplify fleet management process for agency employees, customers and suppliers, the company said Wednesday.

The award marks the second task order Karsun received under the multiple-award CIO Modernization and Enterprise Transformation contract – also known as COMET.

The company was tasked to update GSA's point-of-sale application under the initial $5.2M award announced in June and noted it also helps the agency manage database and application middleware servers through a $35M task order awarded in 2018.

Karsun is also among the six companies holding a position on the $96M Enterprise Data Information Management BPA from the agency.

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