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It turned heads last June when the GSA awarded a $1.4 billion government travel contact to a single vendor, Concur, which had never been involved in government travel. Concur isn't in danger of losing all the business, but it may have to share with CWT Sato Travel.

A federal judge has ordered the General Services Administration to re-evaluate bids for its billion-dollar e-travel contract awarded last June.

GSA, which runs the e-travel program for civilian agencies, awarded a $1.4 billion, 15-year contract to Concur Technologies. But work to transition agencies to the Concur e-travel system was delayed by a protest of the contract award by competitor CWT Sato Travel, an existing e-travel vendor to many agencies.

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