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GSA Holds Virtual Alliant/Alliant Small Business Industry Day

Online video presents strategy and timeline.

GSA # 10213

February 14, 2006                       
Contact: Viki Reath, (202) 501-1231

WASHINGTON -- The U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) today announced that a virtual Alliant/Alliant SB video will be posted on the Internet Feb. 21 and will contain the contract strategy and timeline for the two new  government-wide acquisition contracts (GWAC) for information technology (IT) solutions.

 “We decided to release this information on the Web, because we wanted to ensure that it would be available to all interested parties, rather than limiting the audience to those able to attend a traditional Industry Day,” said John Johnson, GSA’s Assistant Commissioner for Service Development and Delivery. “There is a great deal of interest in these contracts, and the Web provides a venue that makes the information available to all, at their own convenience.”

To access the video, please see the Tuesday, Feb. 21, FedBizOpps,gov notice. Upon release of the video, GSA will accept comments and questions via the e-mail address specified on FedBizOpps.


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