The Coalition for Government Procurement wrote a letter to GSA senior procurement executive Jeff Koses asking for a delay in the Transactional Data Reporting pilot.
A powerful driver of federal acquisition policy is suspicion the government isn’t getting the absolute lowest prices vendors have to offer.
The General Services Administration issued the final rule around data transaction reporting requiring vendors under the schedules contracts and governmentwide acquisition contracts to provide more detailed information about what agencies are buying.
The General Services Administration has been asking industry for comments on the price reduction clause. Contractors, you better drop what you’re doing and respond. Larry Allen, president of Allen Federal Business Partners, has more on Federal Drive with Tom Temin.
On March 4, the General Services Administration issued a proposed rule that would require contractors to report transactional data from orders placed against GSA’s Federal Supply Schedule (FSS) contract vehicles as well as GSA’s governmentwide acquisition…
A system that seeks to drive down pricing through constant comparison of individual transactions leads to a downward or death spiral in pricing that is inconsistent with the dynamics of the commercial marketplace, acquisition expert Roger Waldron says in a new commentary about the proposed rule.
The General Services Administration wants to change how vendors list their prices on GSA schedule contracts. So it’s proposing a few changes to the Price Reduction Clause. Roger Waldron is President of the Coalition for Government Procurement. On In Depth with Francis Rose, he offered industry input on the potential changes.
A proposed rule issued today would change the Price Reduction Clause that most contractors dislike and causes most of the False Claims Act lawsuits. Vendors have 60 days to offer comments and GSA will hold an industry day April 17.
The full potential of the FSS program remains untapped, says Roger Waldron, president of the Coalition for Government Procurement. In a new commentary, he offers two key contracting reforms he believes will bring the program into the 21st century.
Carolyn Alston, executive vice president and general counsel for the Coalition for Government Procurement will talk about the top procurement issues in the federal market. March 25, 2014