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GSA to Offer Cloud-Based Contract Writing System Next Year

The General Services Administration will offer a new service to federal agencies next year designed to speed up contract writing.

According to a blog post published this morning, GSA will launch a cloud-based shared service contract-writing system that will “offer federal agencies a turnkey, comprehensive, contract writing and administrative solution.” 12 more words


GSA to set up new training program to help appointees be better managers

One of the biggest missing pieces to the presidential transition is the ability to train and provide continuous education for political appointees. Many times these government newbies come in with little or no executive branch knowledge, and either step in policy or regulatory potholes, or take six months or more to learn how the system works. 16 more words


A reorg every agency should know about

Agency reorganizations tend not to make a lot of news. They tend to impact only that agency or bureau or office, but rarely do the changes matter to a wide audience. 52 more words


Vote's "style wars" tea leaves

It’s hard to say, to say the least, what, if anything, Donald Trump’s victory may mean for architecture. It is easier to image that a Hillary Clinton victory would have meant more of the same for how we build. 549 more words


Taxpayers Money Wasted Again by Obama Administration

This was a report by the Associated Press today October 25, 2016.  You can be sure the main Stream media will ignore it.

WASHINGTON –  The Obama administration’s “18F” program to create its own version of a high-tech startup for government digital projects has foundered since its launch in 2014, … 481 more words

Agencies Can Now Buy Through GSA’s Cyber SINs

An effort to help government agencies zero in on relevant cyber vendors is underway.

The General Services Administration is now using a special item number to tag vendors specializing in services such as penetration testing, incident response and vulnerability assessment. 42 more words


GSA's New Contract With Dun & Bradstreet Draws Mixed Reaction

Last week’s announcement that the General Services Administration had updated its Dun & Bradstreet contract will allow agency acquisition personnel and contractors wider latitude to use the standardized company information for purposes beyond mere identification. 23 more words