Keith Johnson, the contracting lead for the CIO-SP3 and CIO-SP4 vehicles for NITAAC, said his office is reviewing industry comments on the $40 billion CIO-SP4 draft solicitation and will release the final one in late calendar year 2020.
The Coalition for Government Procurement wrote a letter to GSA asking how they are going to incorporate the White House executive order and DHS’s report on supply chain risk management into the e-commerce platform initiative.
Like other agencies, the National Security Agency is doing more online collaboration these days.
The CMMC Accreditation Body will release more details on or about June 1 about how companies can become certified three-party assessment organizations and individuals can be assessors.
We need to focus on the new authority we have for unpriced services contracts and incorporate that so that we can really focus on the technical qualifications of vendors and drive down pricing at the task order level when it matters most.
Dr. Charles “Chuck” Brandon, director for continuous process improvement (CPI) in the Army’s Office of Business Transformation, has led a team that has gotten rid of a backlog in the Army Review Boards Agency and reduced Procurement Acquisition Lead Time.
Mike Hettinger and Richard Beutel, who represent Unison, a reverse auction platform provider, make the case for why Congress should let agencies use the acquisition tool for personal protective equipment.
Keith Johnson, the contracting lead for the CIO-SP3 and CIO-SP4 vehicles for NITAAC, said a structural problem to the organization’s building forced employees to work remotely for more than a year so the adjustment during the coronavirus has been minimal.
Larry Allen, president of Allen Federal Business Partners, joins host Mark Amtower on this week’s Amtower Off Center to discuss the impact of Covid 19 on the government contracting market.
A year after a critical inspector report found McKinsey and Company’s prices were 10% higher than originally proposed, GSA decided to end the firm’s schedule contract.
The General Services Administration’s 2GIT $5.5 billion IT services contract is facing its 13th bid protest while its Alliant 2 Small Business contract remains in limbo more than two years after making initial awards.
Vendors say they received little notice from GSA ahead of the 8(a) STARS II governmentwide contract reaching its contract ceiling in early April and this forced them and their agency customers to look for new procurement vehicles.
GSA has an opportunity to take the Multiple Award Schedule program to the next level, bringing 21st-century solutions to the federal customer and reforming a policy that is stuck in the 1980s.
This week on Amtower Off Center, author and consultant Neal Schaffer joins host Mark Amtower to talk about influence marketing and his new book, The Age of Influence.