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General Services Administration

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GSA, OMB detail legislative fixes needed to implement e-commerce portals

The implementation plan GSA and the Office of Management and Budget delivered to Congress on March 15 called for the commercial e-commerce “portals” to be up and running by the end of fiscal 2019. Continue reading

GSA updates SAM.gov verification process following backlog

The site will no longer require registrants seeking grants, loans or other forms of financial assistance to have notarized letters on file before their application is activated. Continue reading

Regulators Seek Contractor Feedback on Use of Online Portal

GSA online portal designed to improve acquisition efforts Continue reading

GSA Wants to Modernize How the Government Buys Cybersecurity Services

The GSA is interested in updating the list of “highly adaptive cybersecurity services” it offers on its IT Schedule 70. Continue reading

GSA Spends Record $1.9 Billion on Networx Contracts Ahead of EIS

The surge comes amid the transition to the Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions, or EIS, contract. Continue reading

Hack Response: Notarized Letters Now Required for SAM.gov

This move comes after the General Services Administration acknowledged on March 22 that the inspector general is looking into a hack of the SAM.gov database Continue reading

Agencies Increasingly Need Help With Complex Professional Services Contracts

he Office of Assisted Acquisition Services has seen double-digit growth over that last two years and is expecting to do so again over the next two years. Continue reading

GSA Wants Streamlined Offer Forms

The MAS program will be releasing a draft of the new policy in “two-and-a-half to three months,” said Tiffany Hixson, GSA assistant commissioner for the Office of Professional Services and Human Capital Categories Continue reading

GSA says rule change will simplify Schedule buys, reduce proliferation of multiple-award contracts

Until now, there was no way for agencies to buy products and services from GSA’s Schedules program while simultaneously getting the ancillary services and goods they might need to actually make use of them. Continue reading

New GSA administrator seeks to shine light where the shadows of federal procurement live

Since its inception, GSA’s schedules program has been hidden behind a wall where only vendors with a contract could see the solicitations and awards. Continue reading