Systems software vendor CA will pay $45 million to resolve allegations of overcharging the General Services Administration for software licenses and maintenance.
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The $6 billion blanket purchase agreement for the continuous diagnostics and mitigation (CDM) program is heading into the home stretch with less than 18 months left on the initial deal. 15 more words
The original group of disruptors at the General Services Administration’s 18F is getting smaller by the month. Hillary Hartley, the deputy executive director and creative director, is leaving a few months before her term was to expire. 15 more words
What was supposed to be good news for Maryland or Virginia turned into disappointment, after the General Services Administration announced it was putting a hold on finding the FBI a new home. 10 more words
Over the last several years, the Coalition for Government Procurement has made the case to stakeholders across government that the General Services Administration’s Multiple Award Schedules (MAS) program must keep pace with innovation and other changes in the dynamic commercial market. 140 more words
For Federal Supply Schedule procurements, agencies are not required to evaluate past performance references of subcontractors, unless the solicitation provides otherwise.
As one offeror recently discovered in Atlantic Systems Group, Inc., B-413901 (Jan. 51 more words
Many government contractors are worried, fearful and in disbelief about the General Services Administration’s implementation of its Transactional Data Rule.
There are calls for delays in implementation and more training for contracting officers and contracting specialists. 47 more words