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RFI responses due July 20th

This is a friendly reminder that the General Services Administration (GSA) and the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) are soliciting information from the suppliers selling on commercial e-Commerce Portals and providers of commercial e-Commerce Portals in order to complete Phase II of the requirements enacted in Section 846 of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for Fiscal Year 2018, Procurement through Commercial e-Commerce Portals.

In support of this, GSA and OMB released 2 Requests for Information (RFIs) to help inform our next deliverable, and requests that all comments be submitted by July 20th, 2018.

  • RFI 1: For suppliers selling on commercial e-commerce portals, to facilitate content submission, GSA and OMB have developed a number of questions grouped around three focus areas: product categories, terms and conditions, and program design. These three areas will impact the results of the analysis required for Phase II, e.g. the terms and conditions questions will further the analysis required in paragraph (E) above.
     
  • RFI 2: For providers of commercial e-commerce portals, to facilitate content submission, GSA has developed a number of questions grouped around six focus areas— spending trends, data standards, user experience, cybersecurity,  terms and conditions and proof of concept design. These six areas will impact the results of the analysis required for Phase II, e.g. the terms and conditions questions will further the analysis required in paragraph (E).

Instructions for how to submit comments can be found in a prior Commercial Platform Interact post (dated June 15, 2018).

We appreciate your continued partnership and look forward to receiving your feedback. For questions, please email Section846@gsa.gov.

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