GSA Awards Regulatory Workflow Modernization Deal to Deloitte, Esper
The General Services Administration has awarded Deloitte and Esper a $9.9M contract for regulatory workflow modernization through the agency's Commercial Solutions Opening authority.
GSA Federal Acquisition Service Commissioner Julie Dunne, a past Potomac Officers Club event speaker, said the service is pleased to help GSA's partners in supporting the government's regulatory reform activities.
“This award is another gratifying example of our FAS team providing innovative solutions and acquisition support, allowing our agency partners to focus on their core missions," Dunne said.
The multi-year award supports the White House's executive order on “Reducing Regulation and Controlling Regulatory Costs,” which GSA said seeks to apply artificial intelligence solutions to the government's business-related challenges.
GSA's Centers of Excellence and Federal Systems Integration and Management Center are working to apply AI and machine learning solutions to regulatory reviews and the federal government's rule-making process.
FEDSIM is a provider of assisted acquisition services for federal agencies and provides acquisition, financial and project management for the full acquisition life cycle.
According to acting FAS Deputy Commissioner Bob De Luca, the award highlights the strong collaboration between GSA offices, which he said has improved CoE's and its partners' acquisition capabilities.
“Applying AI to a manual review many agencies encounter can increase operational efficiency for agencies throughout the federal government and the CoE has been an integral part of the process to help scope opportunities," De Luca said.
The CoE initiative, housed under FAS' Technology Transformation Services office, was created to accelerate the federal government's information technology modernization through partnerships with the private sector.
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