Acquisition Gateway

  • Andrea Heller: GSA aims to help government buy more as one

    The General Services Administration has built a house of many hallways. It’s the acquisition gateway, aimed at helping the government buy more as a single organization.

  • Category management, OASIS, and more

    Tiffany Hixson, assistant commissioner of GSA’s Office of Professional Services and Human Capital Categories joins host Roger Waldron to discuss the Professional Services Category Strategic plan. August 9, 2016

  • DoD’s stress reliever: A new forecasting tool to ease fourth quarter buying spree

    The Pentagon will help contracting officers and vendors understand what it’s buying and who is doing the buying through a new acquisition portal.

  • ‘Killer apps’ introduced into GSA acquisition site

    GSA officials want feedback on new digital tools designed to help acquisition workers cut back on cost and time when choosing contracts.

  • Laura Stanton: A one-stop buying shop in GSA’s hallways

    The Acquisition Gateway at the General Services Administration is the culmination of a series of initiatives the administration and the agency have been focused on for a long time. Category management and hallways are just two of the initiatives rolled into the Acquisition Gateway. Laura Stanton is acting assistant commissioner for the Office of Strategy Management at the General Services Administration. She tells In Depth with Francis Rose the idea for the Acquisition Gateway sprung from talking to acquisition professionals in government.