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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


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


When, If Ever, Does a Favorable Legal or Regulatory Decision Count as an "Emolument"?

Last week, I posted about the amended complaint that the Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW) filed in its lawsuit against President Trump for alleged unconstitutional acceptance of “emoluments” from various sources. 2,106 more words


Claim Under VA FSS Task Order Should Have Gone To GSA

But if the contractor is working under a task or delivery order, which contracting officer should be on the receiving end of that claim—the one responsible for the order, or the one responsible for the underlying contract? 13 more words


GSA officials move to source selection phase for Alliant 2

General Services Administration officials looking to award its $50 billion IT services contract will soon be reaching out to potential bidders to assess their qualifications and financial information. 10 more words