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A Conversation with Mary Davie

What are the strategic priorities for the GSA’s Office of Integrated Technology Services? How does ITS maximize the value of government IT while also lowering its cost? 49 more words


Feds Keep Immigration Office Near Mall of America

BLOOMINGTON, Minn. (AP) — The federal government has reversed itself and decided against relocating the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Office in Bloomington.

The plan to move the immigration center from its present location near the Mall of America to the northwest corner of Bloomington had come under criticism because the planned new site 10 miles away has very little bus service. 79 more words


General Services Administration Seeks to Reform Federal Contracting

Phil Monkress serves as CEO of All Points Logistics, a supplier for federal contracts through NASA. Drawing on his extensive experience in the federal contracting area, Phil Monkress continually works to secure and fulfill contracts and subcontracts as part of the company’s strategic plans. 114 more words

Phil Monkress

Federal Register Highlights - 6/26/14

Unpublished, time-sensitive and proposed rules for June 26, 2014:

TEMPORARY RULE: The Coast Guard is establishing three temporary safety zones during Fourth of July firework events on navigable waterways in the vicinity of Stuart, West Palm Beach, and Miami, Florida. 1,499 more words

Daily Updates

The City Attorney pleads inanity

The Merry-Go-Round was looking forward to reading the analysis by City Attorney Janet Kern of the potential claims against the City arising from passage of the initiative re-zoning Neptune Pointe to open space. 2,337 more words

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Benco Dental earns GSA status

Benco Dental, the nation’s fastest-growing distributor of dental products and equipment, today announces that after a two-year preparation, it is recognized as an officially-sanctioned federal government distributor. 309 more words


1 World Trade Center Owners Slash Rent Due To Tenant Shortage

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — The owners of One World Trade Center have begun slashing office rent nearly 10 percent, as they have found themselves unable to secure enough tenants. 218 more words