GSA Seeks Comments on Emerging Tech for Inclusion in Polaris Small Business IT GWAC

GSA Seeks Comments on Emerging Tech for Inclusion in Polaris Small Business IT GWAC

The General Services Administration is seeking feedback from industry on emerging technologies that could be covered by the Polaris small business governmentwide acquisition contract for information technology support services.

GSA said Wednesday it wants insights on artificial intelligence, cloud services, blockchain, cybersecurity, edge computing, automated and immersive technologies and will release a survey containing detailed questions about the capabilities later this month.

Interested stakeholders can recommend other technologies that could be added to the small business GWAC.

Laura Stanton, assistant commissioner for the office of IT category at GSA’s Federal Acquisition Service, announced the launch of the Polaris GWAC Thursday, Oct. 1.

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