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GSA Issues RFI for Catalog Management System Modernization Effort

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The General Services Administration has asked contractors with spots on the Multiple Award Schedule to provide feedback as it plans to implement a new web-based application for catalog management.

GSA said it plans to replace the desktop-based Schedule Input Program with a new web-based Common Catalog Platform to provide the agency's personnel and contract holders with a single-user interface to manage catalogs.

The catalog team at GSA has come up with a set of functions and features for the web-based app by coordinating with the agency's workforce and is now seeking insights from MAS vendors through a request for information to help inform the requirements for the proposed platform.

MAS contract holders and their staff who manage price lists, use SIP and Electronic Data Interchange or work with a consultant over catalog file submissions are encouraged to respond to the RFI.

Responses are due Nov. 13.

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Written by Jane Edwards

is a staff writer at Executive Mosaic, where she writes for ExecutiveBiz about IT modernization, cybersecurity, space procurement and industry leaders’ perspectives on government technology trends.

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