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An update on the Section 846 Implementation Plan

The panel takes a close look at the implications of the proposed increase in the Micro Purchase Threshold and GSA’s portal of portals concept. Continue reading

New NDAA purchasing rules should benefit government shoppers, small business

The 2018 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) rules governing the acquisition of commercial items should give those making relatively small purchases more choices, and small businesses more hope for getting a piece of the federal spending pie. Source: New NDAA purchasing rules should benefit government shoppers, small business – FederalNewsRadio.com

2018 NDAA Increases Civilian Micro-Purchase Threshold to $10,000

The 2018 NDAA increases the standard micro-purchase threshold applicable to civilian agencies from $3,000 to $10,000. Continue reading

Mobility, Micropurchases and Simplified Acquisitions. Perfect Storm of Opportunity? – The American Small Business Coalition

In a recent entry to the Chief Visionary Blog, I wrote about an FCW article that quoted a GSA/FEDSIM official as saying, “For acquisitions from $3,000 to $25,000, there could be a “sweet spot” for small business developers of mobile applications and websites because the acquisitions can be simplified and made at a more rapid … Continue reading

Federal agencies should try small-scale mobile development: acquisition specialist — Federal Computer Week

Federal agencies should try small-scale mobile development: acquisition specialist — Federal Computer Week. For federal agencies wanting to start small with mobile, the $3,000 federal micropurchase program might be the way to go, according to one federal acquisition specialist.