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XSB, Inc. Awarded Fourth Option Year on Price Point® Contract with U.S. General Services Administration (GSA)June 1, 2019 - Setauket NY
Price Point provides GSA's Federal Acquisition Service with Automated Fair and Reasonable Price Determinations
XSB, Inc. announced today that the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) awarded the 4th Task Order Option Year on XSB’s contract for Price Point, an automated system for determining fair and reasonable prices for millions of commercial items. The award of this option brings the total value of XSB’s Task Order to over $2.5M.
- April 2, 2019XSB COO, Tanya Vidrevich joined other thought leaders in the Model-Based Systems Engineering community at NIST’s Model-Based Enterprise Summit to discuss how SWISS® digital models can provide an integrated view of engineering requirements.
PUBLIC SPEND FORUM SHARES RESULTS OF XSB’S PUBLIC SECTOR PRICE BENCHMAKING REPORT WITH THEIR PROCUREMENT USER COMMUNITYMarch 19, 2019Public Spend Forum, a market intelligence platform and community for public sector buyers and suppliers shares XSB’s price benchmarking report with their growing community of users.
- October 15, 2018Our COO, Tanya Vidrevich, was invited to speak at Silverchair’s Platform Strategies 2018 conference. Tanya gives a brief but compelling overview of SWISS and its use in engineering documents. Tanya also answers a great question about SWISS at 47:15. Enjoy!
DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE, LEADING STANDARDS DEVELOPERS, IHSMARKIT, AND XSB JOIN TOGETHER FOR NEXT GENERATION “STANDARDS AS DIGITAL MODELS”September 11, 2018Military Specifications, ASTM, ASME, SAE and other key industry standards will deliver enhanced usability to DoD users as SWISS smart connected documents.
- July / August 2018Greg Saunders of the US Department of Defense talks about new developments in standards interoperability and the next steps beyond PDF.