Posts Tagged: gsa

ITC Welcomes New Leadership

As we continue to improve IT Category Management to drive greater value for the federal government we are excited to add two innovative senior executives to our talented, resourceful, and committed team.

Acquisition Gateway – Act as One for Smarter Acquisition

This blog post is Part II 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. 2016 was a landmark year for the Acquisition Gateway. To start, we reached 10,000 users, and counting! Even more important, acquisition professionals across… Read more »

Using the Digital Analytics Program in Federal Government

Government is creating and storing data at unimaginable rates. And within that data, there’s a wealth of information to glean. What citizens want, where operational waste exists, what type of fraud is being executed, and how services are being used are just a few of the insights hidden in this wealth of data. Yet many… Read more »

Hello ITC, Goodbye ITS!

Within GSA’s Federal Acquisition Service, we are now officially the Office of Information Technology Category (ITC). This isn’t just a name change from the Integrated Technology Service. We also realigned internally to better serve our customers and to align with agencies and industry partners so we deliver flexible solutions, support agency missions, and drive innovative… Read more »

Interested in How MEGABYTE Impacts You?

With annual spend of over $6 billion through more than 42,000 separate transactions, software represents a significant IT investment for the Federal Government. Detailed findings published in a Government Accountability Office (GAO) report revealed that the vast majority of these purchases are decentralized, and that federal agencies lack the tools to manage these assets. As… Read more »

Health IT Services SIN – Ready to Serve Agencies

GSA is happy to report that the SIN has been awarded to 65 highly qualified industry partners – with that number continuing to grow daily as new contracts are being awarded. With such a robust supplier offering, the SIN is now very much ready to serve agencies’ health IT services requirements.