Interior, GSA Ask Industry About Incentives

December 5, 2011

Interior Department officials want advice from industry on preferred incentives for getting good systems administrative services.

Interior scrapped an earlier solicitation for such services. Now, as they rethink their approach, officials are asking industry serious questions about incentives that might entice the best companies to do their best work in this tough budget climate.

The department canceled a proposed contract Dec. 1 for systems operations and administration for its National Business Center. Officials found that their strategy was't clear, based on feedback from companies, according to a notice on the Federal Business Opportunities website.

Officials intend to make their solicitation more understandable while making improvements on efficiency and exploring cost-cutting initiatives. To do that, the department issued a request for information to gather input from industry concerning preferred incentives for a contract for administrative services. 

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