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    Integrations Blogger
    The Integrations business case continues to make its way through the Federal Acquisition Service approval process. It is currently with the FAS Controller who is considering all aspects of the business case including GSA's ability to recoup its costs.
     
    Last Activity: 12/22/2011 10:39 AM
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    sgodlove
    What incentives will motivate your firm to maintain superior levels of quality service at a reasonable price?Generally, contractors who compete on quality and reputation are incented to maintain high standards of quality for their clients. ...Read More
    Integrations Blogger
    Ms. Godlove - thank you so much for a balanced and thoughtful response to GSA's questions regarding superior quality and incentivizing outstanding performance. I am particularly intrigued by the section entitled Industry Recognition as it contains...Read More
    sgodlove
    Thank you for the opportunity to provide information and interaction! In response to your questions:Under what conditions would your firm expect to be given preference (either put on a preferred list or included in a select group)?  A direct reward...Read More
    Integrations Blogger
    Thank you Ms. Godlove for responding to my follow-on questions. I like the innovation of your approach.  Innovation and best-in-class are some of the objectives we are trying to achieve through the Integrations vehicle. Rest assured that we will...Read More
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    Welcome back to the Integrations blog!  Today’s update on the business case:  The Federal Acquisition Service Commissioner, Steve Kempf, received a full briefing on the business case early this week.  There are a few remaining items that need to be addressed before Mr. Kempf makes a decision whether to proceed.
     
    Last Activity: 12/22/2011 10:36 AM
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    Mark Youman
    Lisa,Thanks for the update and for your continued outreach to the industry community!  We have a few thoughts related to your pricing question.Given the broad potential of the Integrations contract for clients across government and across the...Read More
    Integrations Blogger
    Thank you Mr. Youman for a thoughtful strategy.  We both have the same objective - the vehicle of choice for customers across the government that is flexible and balanced and meets their needs.  We will consider your input as we further define...Read More
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    Integrations Blogger
    Good morning and welcome back to the Integrations blog!  Today’s update on the business case:  The Federal Acquisition Service Commissioner requested a full briefing on the business case early next week.  Mr. Kempf hopes to make a decision whether to proceed, prior to the end of the calendar year. 
     
    Last Activity: 12/8/2011 2:55 PM
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      Jeff Koses, Director of Acquisition Operations for the Office of General Supplies and Services, presented to Alliant contract holders on November 3, 2011. Check out the presentation!
     
    Last Activity: 12/1/2011 3:45 PM
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    Integrations Blogger
    The Integrations Industry Community will serve as a platform for collaboration and communication between industry stakeholders and the Integrations team in the development of a next generation contract vehicle for complex, integrated Professional Services with an Information Technology (IT) component.
     
    Last Activity: 11/16/2011 2:22 PM
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    gsaproposal
    Will the Integrations initiative replace current schedules (e.g., MOBIS)? If so, will it remain open as the professional schedules are now?Thanks,Pat
    Integrations Blogger
    Integrations will be designed to complement, not replace, existing GSA offerings, including the MAS program.  Integrations will not be a continuously open solicitation. 

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