GSA pricing, tech bills, Data Act oversight and anti-robocall prizes

The General Services Administration is looking to change its rules for vendors’ price listings on its schedule contracts.

In a proposed rule change unveiled March 3, the agency asks for public comments on amendments to the General Services Administration Acquisition Regulation that would require vendors to report transactional data from orders and prices paid by ordering activities, including orders placed against both Federal Supply Schedule contract vehicles and GSA’s non-FSS contract vehicles — governmentwide acquisition contracts and governmentwide indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quality contracts.

GSA wants to roll out the changes first in a pilot with a non-schedule contract, then move on to schedule contracts.

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