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EPS Wins GSA Contract to Modernize Federal Procurement

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EPS Wins GSA Contract to Modernize Federal Procurement

EProcurement Services has secured a contract with the U.S. General Services Administration for its Commercial Platforms Program, which aims to modernize federal procurement by utilizing commercial e-commerce platforms.

EPS’ participation in the CPP will support the GSA’s goals of streamlining purchasing and reducing costs for government agencies. A key factor in ePS’ selection was its extensive program for supporting small and socioeconomically disadvantaged businesses, ePS said.

The ePS platform is expected to provide federal buyers with a more efficient purchasing experience, improved transparency and easier compliance with regulations, the company said. It will also simplify the process of finding qualified small and disadvantaged businesses.

According to Stephanie Brown, CEO of Rosie’s Supply Corps, a small supplier and woman-owned business, participating in the ePS inclusion program has been instrumental in the business’ ability to do business with the federal government.

EPS CEO David Saroli noted that the CPP contract aligns with ePS’ core vision of transforming procurement processes and supporting the growth of small businesses, citing its existing programs for the Department of Defense such as the Army First Stop and Air Force First Look programs.

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