GSA awards $1.4 Billion E-Travel Services Contract to Concur

Published Mon 08/27/12 10:09 AM

The U.S. General Services Administration awarded to Concur a $1.4 billion contract to provide the next generation E-Gov Travel Service. More than 90 federal agencies use the current GSA ETS for travel booking and expense management, according to GSA. Concur will provide "travel planning, authorization, reservations, ticketing fulfillment, expense reimbursement and travel management reporting" as part of a 15-year deal comprised of a three-year base period and three four-year options. GSA noted that federal agencies will begin deploying ETS2 in late 2012. Contrary to speculation that Concur and Carlson Wagonlit Travel would both win the opportunity to provide ETS2 to federal agencies, a GSA official confirmed that Concur is the sole award winner.

Source:  Business Travel News