Lockheed, Alliant Selected to Help Refresh GSA’s Acquisition Systems; Tom Sharpe Comments

Tom Sharpe
Tom Sharpe

Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) and Alliant Solution Partners will help the General Services Administration update business systems for the agency’s Federal Acquisition Service.

The agency said Monday that the CAMEO and CAMEO small business task orders cover systems upgrade work on approximately 90 business applications and the company will also help maintain the systems.

“GSA’s mission to provide efficiency and savings to our federal partners requires FAS to deploy multiple, integrated business applications and IT systems, ” said Tom Sharpe, FAS commissioner.

“We are moving to reduce the number of applications and platforms used by FAS, by updating and removing duplicative systems and driving new efficiencies into how we conduct business with our customer agencies.”

Sharpe added that the CAMEO program is intended to facilitate the Common Acquisition Platform’s launch and FAS’s transition into the Government Acquisition Marketplace.

GSA awarded the task orders through the Federal Systems Integration and Management Center.

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