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White House Big Dig

The White House Big Dig was the name used in press reports to describe a multi-year construction project at the White House  that began in… 283 more words

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U.S. Digital Service expands advice, education through new GSA portal

Agencies wanting to buy digital services will have a new place to go for information about how to do it correctly. A new portal called TechFAR Hub launches this week on the General Services Administration’s Acquisition Gateway. 38 more words


Two awards move DHS closer to opening shared cyber service, phase 3 of CDM

GSA, acting as the procurement arm of the CDM program, awarded the continuous monitoring-as-a-service contract — also known as task order 2F — to ManTech. Under this sixth part of task order two, GSA and DHS are asking ManTech to provide services to at least 44 small-and-micro agencies, ranging from the Consumer Product Safety Commission to the Federal Trade Commission to the Postal Regulatory Commission. 14 more words


GSA finalizes major update to acquisition policy

Nearly a decade after a panel of experts recommended major changes to the way the government buys services, the General Services Administration is going through with two significant updates. 8 more words


Contractors settle for $5.8M on bogus small business status

Five California information technology companies agreed on July 6 to pay $5.8 million to resolve allegations that they falsely claimed one of their enterprises was a small business to get set aside contracts. 10 more words


GSA releases new SmartPay purchase card RFP

The General Services Administration debuted a new RFP for the next generation of its purchase card on June 10, hoping to get input from industry and consumer agencies on its design and capabilities. 8 more words


Vendors could save millions with new GSA reporting requirement

The General Services Administration is publishing a final rule on June 23 for what it’s calling the “most transformational changes to GSA’s Federal Supply Schedules Program in more than two decades.” 10 more words