Business in governmentwide acquisition contracts is booming, with agency buyers turning to the large-scale vehicles for price breaks and convenience.
“The word has gotten out on the flexibility and ease of use of GWACs,” said Casey Kelley, acting director of the General Services Administration’s GWAC Program.
During a panel discussion at the Digital Government Institute’s 930gov conference on Aug. 24, Kelley said GSA’s Alliant contract has $3.5 billion in the pipeline for fiscal 2017. GWACs like Alliant, which is set to expire in 2019, typically see declines in their later years, he added.
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