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GSA Issues Presolicitation for $2.5B Payroll, Leave Mgmt SaaS Procurement Program

The General Services Administration plans to launch a potential $2.5 billion competition to update the government payroll and work schedule and leave management systems.

A FedBizOpps presolicitation notice posted Thursday says GSA considers awarding one or two blanket purchase agreements with a performance period of between 10 and 13 years under the NewPay Software as a Service Solution Procurement program.

The program calls for the provision of SaaS platforms and related support services for two pools: payroll only and integrated payroll and WSLM system.

The agency and the Office of Management and Budget will conduct the acquisition through a phased evaluation approach among Information Technology Schedule 70 contract holders under Special Item Numbers 132-40 and 132-51.

Potential competitors should provide an explanation how their platforms meet certain criteria such as the capability to provide SaaS hosting and pricing models and deliver a platform that is scalable to at least 2.5 million users and offers flexible interfaces for government use.

GSA will accept responses to the presolicitation notice through June 1 with plans to release the formal request for quote in the same month.

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