Through this process, we also discovered that we need to change the way we procure technology. So, now we are also embarking on a new journey: updating our process so we can more easily procure the technology of now and the future. Our staff requires 21st-century tools because the community deserves 21st-century service.
Posts Tagged: Acquisition
The Alliant & Alliant Small Business Governmentwide Acquisition Contracts (GWACs) have been a remarkable success for our customers, for our industry partners, and for GSA. Over the last eight years, more than 60 federal agencies have awarded over $36 billion in work to Alliant & Alliant SB partners. Alliant has also taught us the importanceRead… Read more »
In July, GSA unified 11 Regional Network Service programs and one program office into a single national Network Services program.
In February 2016, we started a strategic seven-year partnership with the Defense Health Agency (DHA) that represents an estimated $5.4 billion in spend for critical Health IT services and solutions (GSA-DHA Health IT Partnership, 2/4/2016. In just a few short months, it’s already succeeded and proven a model of how we can work across federalRead… Read more »
Leveraging the buying power of the federal government, collaborating with other federal agencies and industry, and creating acquisition efficiency.
Suggestions for how government leaders can ensure that procurement offices are able to best contribute to mission.
Addressing concerns that federal agencies are not taking advantage of innovative cybersecurity offerings, particularly from small businesses and startups.
I need your help in getting the Department of Commerce, Department of Labor and the GSA to authorize the creation of new NAICS, SIC, and GSA SIN procurement codes for cybersecurity products and services.
If you are interested in learning what your state or local agency can buy from GSA and when, here’s a list of programs giving STLOC entities authority to purchase from GSA’s Multiple Award Schedules.
IT Schedule 70 continues to be the largest, most widely used acquisition vehicle in the federal government.