GSA prides itself on delivering mission critical IT solutions that make a meaningful difference to the agencies we support and the citizens that count on them.
The next time you speak to your vendors, try to soften your approach and see if there’s a way to move forward where both sides feed off each other and become symbiotic.
This article discusses who needs to obtain and maintain Facilities Engineering (FE) credentialing; why FE certification is necessary and provides information on how to earn the FE certifications.
How to be a better tech purchaser.
Moving government IT capabilities forward to meet the operational challenges of the 21st century is not a one person job – it requires a balance of government and industry, especially small businesses, all collaborating and working together.
Israel “izzy” Feldman passed away today at the age of 86. If you don’t know Izzy, you should. Feldman founded Government Computer News back in 1982 — all 12 pages of it, as reported by Vanessa Roberts, who was a cornerstone of GCN for years.
I recently met with more than 50 representatives from the top IT services companies and talked about the good and the bad in federal acquisition. Some of the discussion was surprising … some not so much. The key takeaways include some changes that are fairly simple for government to implement, yet have big impacts.
The first major award using the new Health IT Services Special Item Number (SIN) 132-56 on IT Schedule 70 has been made by the Defe
Everything you need to know about the FAS IT Services Team.
This blog post is part of a seven-part series reviewing the Acquisition Gateway and IT Category data, trends, expertise, and advocacy that GSA’s ITC organization offers to support other agencies’ missions.