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Common Catalog Platform Requirements - the Future Replacement for SIP

A critical piece of modernizing GSA’s catalog management environment is transitioning from an outdated desktop-based application, the Schedule Input Program (SIP), to a new web-based application, the Common Catalog Platform (CCP). The Common Catalog Platform will provide a single user interface for GSA workforce and contract holders to collectively manage catalogs. The Catalog team has developed a preliminary set of features and functions for this new application based on engagements with the GSA workforce, and is now looking for inputs from our vendors. To support this work, we have two upcoming feedback opportunities:

  • A request for information that will be released in early November. We will be looking for industry partners to identify issues with the current catalog management environment- including the Schedule Input Program and Electronic Data Interchange- and asking about desired future state functionalities and features.
  • We are hosting focus groups with a subset of MAS vendors in each category. To learn more about the focus groups please email Catalog.Management@gsa.gov

Please note that this is a multiyear project and opportunities for industry to provide feedback will be on-going. Inputs from our industry partners are critical to developing solutions in line with industry best practices, and we look forward to hearing from all of you.

 
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The RFI is now open til Nov 13 and can be accessed here: https://feedback.gsa.gov/jfe/form/SV_3JlU1AhcHT9jaoB
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