GSA’s $11 Billion HR Training Vehicle Slowly Picking Up

By Public Spend Forum ‌‌ posted 13 days ago

  

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The General Services Administration (GSA) is seeing slow, steady growth for its Human Capital and Training Solutions (HCATS) government-wide contract. Tiffany Hixson, the assistant commissioner for GSA’s Federal Acquisition Service’s Office of Professional Services and Human Capital Categories, said: “The value HCATS is bringing to the human capital services market is very much like OASIS … We haven’t had this kind of contract before so it’s really filling a need that was unmet previously.” This fall marks one year since HCATS officially launched and GSA awarded the 10 ½ year contract to 109 vendors.

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