GSA Picks 109 Vendors for $11.5B in Govt-Wide Human Capital & Training IDIQs

workforceThe General Services Administration has awarded 109 contractors spots under two contracts worth up to $11.5 billion combined over 15.5 years to provide human capital strategy, workforce training and development and organizational performance improvement support for federal agencies.

GSA said Monday that 72 large businesses won in the Human Capital and Training Solutions acquisition vehicle and 37 awards were reserved for the vehicle’s small business counterpart HCaTS SB.

The program will have an ordering period of 10 and a half years and an additional five years of performance to complete task orders.

Selection of HCaTS and HCaTS SB awardees is based on a “highest technically rated with fair and reasonable prices” methodology and comes nine months after GSA and the Office of Personnel Management  jointly introduced the competition as part of a category management effort.

GSA will administer the contracts while OPM will manage the entire program.

Click here to view GSA’s lists of awardees in Excel documents.

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