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Concur Loses Portion of Its Massive Government Travel Contract to Rival Firm

Excerpt from Federal News Radio

Sep 13, 2013 10:10 am

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This is a blow to Concur, which had grabbed the contracts for travel management among all civilian federal government agencies.

— Dennis Schaal

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The General Services Administration decided two travel system providers were better than one after all.

GSA announced Thursday it awarded incumbent CWTSatoTravel a contract to compete with the initial winner Concur Technologies for task orders to run more than 90 agency electronic travel systems.

This is the end to another contract saga that took three years to complete and included multiple protests.

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