Concur sees travel management momentum from U.S. government agencies

Concur sees travel management momentum from U.S. government agencies

Concur, the global leader in integrated travel and expense management, today announced that a growing number of federal agencies have signed up for the company’s E-Gov Travel Service 2 (ETS2) solution to help them realise the cost savings, compliance benefits, and reporting capabilities that result from using an integrated travel and voucher management service to better manage the total cost of a trip. GSA’s core mission is to deliver cost savings to federal agencies and ETS2 is an essential tool for federal agencies for efficient, cost-effective travel management strategies and delivery of real savings to the taxpayer.

The Concur solution – selected in June of 2012 to power the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) innovative program for managing online bookings, travel authorisations and voucher processing is currently being implemented by the following agencies:
*  Department of Agriculture
*  Department of Commerce: Patent and Trademark Office
*  Department of Energy
*  Department of Energy: Bonneville Power Administration
*  Department of Health and Human Services
*  Department of Homeland Security: Federal Emergency Management Agency
*  Department of Homeland Security: Federal Law Enforcement Training Center
*  Department of Interior
*  Department of Interior: Interior Business Center
*  Department of Treasury: Bureau of the Public Debt
*  Department of Treasury: Internal Revenue Service
*  Environmental Protection Agency
*  National Aeronautics and Space Administration
*  Nuclear Regulatory Commission
*  National Science Foundation
*  Small Business Administration
*  Smithsonian Institution
*  U.S. General Services Administration

“We understand GSA’s core mission is to deliver cost savings to federal agencies and as one of our largest customers we believe that our integrated travel and expense solution will help federal agencies who are seeking the Perfect Trip experience to find the cost savings they are looking for,” said Steve Singh , chairman and CEO of Concur. “We look forward to helping those we’ve already signed get up and running quickly so they can experience the same benefits our existing clients enjoy.”