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Hack Response: Notarized Letters Now Required for SAM.gov

Because of a recent cyber attack on the System for Award Management, the Federal Service Desk is requiring new contractors to submit a signed notarized letter in order to be registered. 28 more words


Office Space

The federal government spends billions of dollars every year to operate and maintain the roughly 273,000 buildings it owns or leases. But we’ve reported for years on problems with how the federal government manages its real estate—in fact, federal real property management has been on our… 239 more words

Government Operations

Agencies Increasingly Need Help With Complex Professional Services Contracts

General Services Administration contracting officers are seeing a shift in big, complicated procurements as more agencies come to the shop looking for professional services rather than IT. 11 more words


GSA Wants Streamlined Offer Forms

It is taking too long for the General Services Administration to process new offers from companies looking to get on a Multiple Award Schedules, according to officials, but a new policy seeks to streamline and standardize that work. 7 more words


GSA says rule change will simplify Schedule buys, reduce proliferation of multiple-award contracts

The General Services Administration believes it’s fixed at least one of the reasons behind a proliferation of overlapping indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity (IDIQ) multiple award contracts across the government. 16 more words


MetLife Lends $260M to Refi Midtown East Office Tower

Rockwood Capital has sealed a $260 million mortgage on Two Grand Central Tower, its 44-story office building in Midtown Manhattan, according to an announcement from Stroock, the law firm that advised on the financing. 130 more words


The Throne of the Third Heaven of the Nations' Millennium General Assembly

In this country we do not have a king or royalty.  Instead, we have an elected president. And unlike a king, our president does not have a throne.  482 more words

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