General Services Administration

Central Command awards a gigantic task order to help with a range of intelligence challenges

Not many task orders are worth nearly $1 billion. But the Defense Department’s Central Command just issued a big one to Peraton.

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The Coalition for Government Procurement

GSA’s Transactional Data Reporting pilot: A thoughtful way forward

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Business of Government Hour

Promoting Automation and Transformation: A Conversation with Gerard Badorrek, Chief Financial Officers, U.S. General Services Administration

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A Tuesday like no other: An oral history of 9/11 through the eyes of federal employees

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Data in motion optimizes management of GSA’s vehicle fleet

The General Services Administration is reaping the benefits of data in motion in managing the expansive fleet of vehicles the agency either owns or leases,…

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A military policeman closes a gate at JBSA-Lackland Air Force Base gate, Wednesday, June 9, 2021, in San Antonio. The Air Force was put on lockdown as police and military officials say they searched for two people suspected of shooting into the base from outside. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)

Some military installations are reinstituting COVID-19 travel restrictions

In today’s Federal Newscast, military bases are beginning to restrict travel again as coronavirus rates are on the rise.

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Robin Carnahan will be nominated to be the next GSA administrator. (Photo courtesy GSA)

Money, momentum give new GSA administrator a rare opportunity

Robin Carnahan, the administrator of the General Services Administration, said in her first interview since being confirmed by the Senate that she wants GSA to be a place for great customer service and have an empowered workforce.

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