GSA delays contract for services to protect OPM hack victims

In a notice to industry, GSA plans to issue an RFQ for a blanket purchase agreement by July 30 and make an award by Aug. 21. GSA also announced it was opening the solicitation to a wider set of contractors to bid on.

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