CGI has been selected by the General Services Administration to develop a modern web-based application programming interface for managing catalog data, called the Common Catalog Platform.
Awarded under the GSA CIO Modernization and Enterprise Transformation contract vehicle, the task order features a phased approach that extends over a 1-year base period and four 1-year option periods with initial funding of $3.1 million.
Upon execution of all options, the total task order value is $19 million.
A pillar of GSA’s strategic plan for modernizing acquisitions processes, CCP will replace the legacy desktop-based Schedule Input Program with a one-stop shop for all catalog management activities, enabling Multiple Award Schedule holders and Federal Acquisition Service staff to work more efficiently.
“We look forward to expanding our partnership with GSA to support their core mission of helping government agencies procure the goods and services they need to execute their missions,” said CGI Senior Vice-President of Regulatory Agencies Stefan Becker.
CCP will also enhance the experience of vendors managing catalogs and improve the quality of information provided to GSA customer applications. The platform will support stronger data governance for improved FAS catalog data quality and accuracy.