federal acquisition service

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How GSA’s customers are driving schedule modernization efforts

The General Services Administration wants its agency and industry customers to know they are listening when it comes to the schedules contracting program. Continue reading

Progress impeded, acquisition workforce anxious as bid protests continue to multiply

If you want to strike a nerve with federal acquisition managers, bring up bid protests. Continue reading

Is ‘re-opening’ a GSA schedule really closing a market channel?

In 2010, the Federal Acquisition Service (FAS), in the name of “Demand Management,” closed Multiple Award Schedule (MAS) 75 — Office Products and Supplies (Schedule 75) to new offers. Continue reading

GSA OASIS: Fertile ground for small business? – GovConChannel

If you lead or work for a small government contractor providing program management and consulting services, logistics services, professional engineering services or financial services, and have not heard about GSA OASIS, listen up. The U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) Federal Acquisition Service (FAS) is developing a next generation contract vehicle for complex, integrated Professional Services … Continue reading

Streamlined Purchase Spending Exceeds $4B Fiscal YTD – GovConChannelChief

Agency simplified acquisition spending exceeds $4 billion dollars for FY12 and small businesses have realized roughly half. The agencies leading the spending charge are: U.S. Mint U.S. Army Veterans Affairs State Department GSA/FAS By the way, if you are a small government contractor located in the National Capital Region, know that three-quarters of a billion … Continue reading