In part 2 of their look at the Air Force’s procurement innovations, Tim Cooke and Anne Laurent explain why the service’s approach to category management is catching on with other agencies.
Larry Hale from the Office of IT Category Management discusses what’s new in cybersecurity and what Schedule 70 will do for the industry.
In today’s Federal Newscast, in it’s annual report for 2018, the IRS’ Criminal Investigation division explained how it is maintaining enforcement despite not having as many agents as it used to.
The General Services Administration is experimenting with blockchain to make it easier for vendors on the Schedule 70 IT program to establish contracts through automation.
As the press for systems modernization and greater cybersecurity continue, expect more agencies to evaluate this technology.
The General Services Administration’s Federal Acquisition Service just created the Highly Adaptive Cybersecurity Services Special Item Number (HACSSIN) to add cyber services to GSA’s Schedule 70 to help agencies procure cyber solutions.
To make it easier to buy cybersecurity products, the General Services Administration has been making adjustments to contracts on its Multiple Awards Schedule 70. Bill Zielinski, deputy assistant commissioner for IT category management in GSA’s Federal Acquisition Service, provides Federal Drive with Tom Temin with all the details.
The General Services Administration highlighted its progress since April around a series of initiatives designed to make schedule contracting more streamlined and efficient.
Multiple sources confirm that software giant Oracle will no longer sell directly or indirectly through the IT schedule program.
A new portal launches this week on the General Services Administration’s Acquisition Gateway to help advise contracting people.