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GSA launches beta version of new SAM.gov site

The General Services Administration unveiled a test site for the new version of its procurement portal, both giving industry a peek at what’s to come and soliciting its advice. 51 more words

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GSA Relaxes Rules to Speed Contracting for Hurricane Relief Efforts

Senior Procurement Executive Jeffrey Koses signed a “memorandum raising thresholds for areas included in the Irma declaration response,” a GSA spokeswoman told Government Executive. The Irma memorandum follows an Aug. 29 more words

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Cyber products to get further scrutiny under new DHS plan

The Homeland Security Department is trying to alleviate some of the growing concerns about where in the world commercial cybersecurity products are developed.

Source: Cyber products to get further scrutiny under new DHS plan – FederalNewsRadio.com

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Saturday Open Thread | GSA accidentally posted Trump hotel data on gov't website

The  General Services Administration (GSA) pulled unredacted documents from its website Thursday that revealed President Trump’s Washington hotel has made $1.97 million in profits so far in 2017. 185 more words

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What Are Microservices and Why Should Government Care?

The next steps in the General Services Administration’s modernization effort come in small packages but might have a big payoff.

Microservices, according to GSA Chief Technology Officer Navin Vembar, are “small, single-capability kinds of services that are totally self-contained,” composed of closer to hundreds of lines of code than the millions that sometimes comprise complex legacy applications and services. 22 more words

The republican President Donald Trump is facing a lawsuit claiming that the tab from his foreign guests at the hotel violates the Constitution’s emoluments clause. According to the emoluments clause the president is barred from being enriched from foreign monies. 724 more words

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What is the GSA?

By Chris Wiedemann, consultant

Any company that’s in government contracting or interested in doing business in the public sector should be familiar with the General Services Administration… 471 more words

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