Home / Tag Archives: General Services Administration (page 30)

Tag Archives: General Services Administration

GSA Program Adds New Features to Web Analytics Tool

The General Services Administration‘s Digital Analytics Program has updated the U.S. government website analytics tool to introduce new features such as location and download data and expanded downloadable files. GSA said Dec. 1 that analytics.usa.gov added new location charts that show the cities where the most number of visitors originate and a …

Read More »

SBA Names New Interagency Task Force on Veterans Small Business Development Members

The Small Business Administration has elected four new members to the Interagency Task Force on Veterans Small Business Development. SBA Administrator Maria Contreras-Sweet appointed Victor Klingelhofer of Vietnam Veterans of America, Max Kidalov of the Naval Postgraduate School, Davy Leghorn of America Legion and Amanda Bainton of the Military Officers …

Read More »

DoD, NASA, GSA Propose Rule to Change Federal Award Recipient Identification

The Defense Department, NASA and the General Services Administration have proposed an amendment to the Federal Acquisition Regulation in order to change the way agencies identify organizations that receive contracts, grants and other federal awards, FierceGovernmentIT reported Friday. Molly Bernhart Walker writes the proposed rule aims to remove and replace …

Read More »

Denise Turner Roth: Court Ruling Prompts GSA to Examine TSA Relocation Options

The General Services Administration will examine its options to relocate the Transportation Security Administration after the U.S. Federal Claims Court has voided a GSA-Eisenhower Real Estate Holdings lease agreement for a new TSA headquarters, Federal Times reported Friday. Carten Cordell writes GSA signed a deal in August for TSA’s relocation into a 625,000-square-foot office space …

Read More »

Denise Turner Roth: GSA Program Aims to Match Federal Real Estate, Local Development Goals

The General Services Administration has kicked off its Economic Catalyst Initiative with a three-city tour as the agency works to align federal construction, leasing and relocation programs with local development efforts. GSA Administrator Denise Turner Roth went to Cambridge, Massachusetts, Detroit and Charlotte, North Carolina, to discuss the national campaign with several …

Read More »

Adm. Michael Rogers: Cybercom Taps Private Sector for Network Security Support

Navy Adm. Michael Rogers, commander of U.S. Cyber Command, has said Cybercom wants to draw upon the expertise of companies in order to secure the Defense Department‘s operations in cyberspace, DoD News reported Thursday. Cheryl Pellerin writes the General Services Administration has sought bids in October for a potential five-year, $460 million contract for …

Read More »