Mary Davie, assistant commissioner, Federal Acquisition Service, GSA
For decades the government has tried to buy as one big organization to consolidate its buying power. The latest iteration of that effort is called category management. The White House and General Services Administration have settled on about a dozen categories of products and services purchased widely across government. Mary Davie, assistant commissioner of the Federal Acquisition Service at GSA, joins Federal Drive with Tom Temin with a progress report on the information technology category.