What is search engine optimization and why is it important to government contractors? Find out when Simon Turner, co-founder and CEO of Ocean 5 Strategies joins host Mark Amtower on this week's Amtower Off Center.
Jason Miller, executive editor for Federal News Network, joined host Roger Waldron on this week's Off the Shelf to talk about the state of GSA's contracting programs including the acquisition strategy, pricing issues and Section 876.
Larry Allen, president of Allen Federal Business Partners, joined host Roger Waldron on this week's Off the Shelf to discuss interagency contracting and the major procurement programs coming out of the General Services Administration.
The General Services Administration released a request for information to gather feedback on its new services contract called BIC MAC—Best-in-Class Multiple Award Contract.
What was the mergers and acquisition climate in 2020 and what's the outlook for 2021? Find out wen Kevin DeSanto, managing director and co-founder of KippsDeSanto joins host Mark Amtower on this week's Amtower Off Center.
Sens. Mark Warner (D-Va.) and Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) are pressing Senate leadership to extend 3610 authorities through Sept. 30.
The Competition in Contracting Act stay is only available when a protest is filed no later than ten days after contract award or no later than five days after a debriefing.
In today's Federal Newscast, officials at the Justice Department are sending a warning to government contractors, they will be turning up the False Claims heat on cybersecurity fraud.
Industry procurement experts say a new ruling by the Court of Federal Claims continues to spark debate over the rule of two requirement for small business contracting.
In conducting procurements on behalf of other agencies, the General Services Administration's Assisted Acquisition Service often turns to small business, specifically the Small Business Innovation Research Program, to get new technology into the government.
Some solid career people are keeping the lights on at the Office of Federal Procurement Policy. But the Biden administration has so far given few signals about what it plans to do.
MAS consolidation has eliminated contracting stovepipes, duplication, and process burdens at the contract level. The next step for GSA is to streamline, reform, and enhance the underlying pricing policies governing contract negotiation, award, and compliance.
As the central procurement arm of the federal government, the General Services Administration plays a strategic role in implementing the Biden administration’s policy priorities. Over the coming weeks, the FAR & Beyond blog will focus on these and other key priorities and how GSA makes a difference.
GSA’s Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions (EIS) program saw $14 billion in task orders last year and expects the use of the contracts only to increase this year.