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NITAAC seeking another 6-month extension for CIO-SP3

Brian Goodger, the NITAAC director, said the number of potential awardees under the CIO-SP4 contract increased by more than 30 vendors.

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Contract spending is set to grow across the board in 2024

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Busy federal fourth quarter to bleed into just as crazy first quarter of 2024

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Will CIO-SP4 finally reach the end of the beginning phase?

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Navigating current supply chain challenges — The NITAAC promise to our federal partners

The supply-chain bottlenecks around the world have caused record shortages of many products that American consumers are used to having readily available,…

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GAO sustains first of 23 protests of CIO-SP4 solicitation

Computer World Services Corp. prevailed in its protest of NITAAC’s CIO-SP4 solicitation after arguing that certain past performance requirements were…

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A cut lead pipe is pulled from a dig site for testing at a home in Royal Oak, Mich., on Tuesday, Nov. 16, 2021. Communities with lead pipes could see higher test results for lead in their tap water if a new method of water sampling goes into effect. The Detroit suburb of Royal Oak historically had low test results but it had to notify the public of a problem after the state mandated new sampling methods. (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio)

IG: Water quality and mold may be issues when employees return to federal buildings

In today’s Federal Newscast, you can add water issues at federal properties to the list of unforeseen consequences from the lockdown.

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