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New GSA administrator seeks to shine light where the shadows of federal procurement live

The General Services Administration is exploring how it can add more transparency to the procurement process, particularly with its $35 billion schedules program.

Source: New GSA administrator seeks to shine light where the shadows of federal procurement live – FederalNewsRadio.com

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Agencies now have 31 new ways to buy professional services

The General Services Administration has expanded the availability of contractors on its governmentwide hybrid acquisition vehicle, the One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services Small Business (OASIS SB) Pool 2 contract, to include 161 small businesses. 10 more words

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Dubin Marketing was recently awarded a Federal Supply Schedule (GSA) contract with the assistance of Government Marketplace LLC.

Dubin Marketing Inc. awarded General Services Administration contract with the assistance of Government Marketplace LLC.

Dubin Marketing Inc. (DMI) of Prescott, AZ, USA, has been awarded a Federal Supply Schedule (FSS) contract from the General Services Administration (GSA). 356 more words

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The self-destructing cap

This is the story of how the one successful effort to limit residential development on the northern waterfront – the 435-unit housing cap on the North Housing site – blew up in its proponents’ faces. 2,408 more words

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Tracking government “openness” changes in contracting

By Jenni Taylor, manager, government programs and contracts

Federal contracting officers are moving towards more openness in procurement, which is a step forward in the cumbersome federal procurement process, according to Michael Fischetti, executive director of the National Contract Management Association. 694 more words

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MultiBrief: How SBA’s latest changes affect small contractors

On Sept. 20, the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) put into effect two major changes to their Surety Bond Guarantee (SBG) Program, which were first announced in August. 28 more words

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Battle over $50B Alliant 2 IT contract goes to court

The protest battle over the General Services Administration’s award of its $50 billion Alliant 2 IT product and services contract is moving to the judicial arena as those who missed out evidently are trying another avenue to gain a place on this key vehicle. 12 more words

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