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Corey Cooke Appointed GSA Senior Adviser for Cyber & Tech

President Donald Trump has appointed Corey Cooke as senior adviser for cyber and technology to the administrator of the General Services Administration. GSA said Friday that Cooke will offer strategic guidance on legislation and policies related to the agency’s expanding technology transformation portfolio. She previously served as counsel and deputy parliamentarian for the House Committee …

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GSA’s Tech Transformation Service Launches Bug Bounty Program

The General Service Administration‘s Technology Transformation Service has launched a bug bounty program that will offer incentives for independent researchers who can identify security vulnerabilities in TTS-operated software. GSA’s 18F organization said Thursday the agency awarded HackerOne a contract to provide a software-as-a-service bug reporting platform and help set up bug bounties for various TTS …

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GSA’s Mary Davie Outlines IT Industry Feedback on Federal Acquisition

Mary Davie, assistant commissioner for the office of information technology category at the General Services Administration, has met with more than 50 representatives from IT services companies to discuss government contracting issues. Davie wrote in a blog post published Tuesday industry members want government acquisition and program personnel to be more accessible and respond …

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GSA to Include Earth Observation Services SIN on IT Schedule 70

The General Services Administration plans to incorporate a new special item number for Earth observation platforms and services into the Information Technology Schedule 70 contract vehicle by early June. GSA said Friday the inclusion of the Earth Observation Solutions SIN in IT Schedule 70 seeks to provide government agencies a “one-stop-shop” for satellite …

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GSA to Deliver Public Service Info via Consumer Virtual Assistants

The General Services Administration has kicked off an initiative to make public service information available through a consumer technology dubbed intelligent personal assistants. Justin Herman, manager of social media and digital engagement programs at GSA’s Technology Transformation Service, wrote in a blog post published Monday that the Emerging Citizen Technology program looks to deliver …

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DOJ’s Information Policy Office, GSA’s 18F Unit Partner on FOIA Portal Development

The Justice Department‘s Office of Information Policy has partnered with the General Services Administration‘s 18F digital services group to build a website for processing of Freedom of Information Act requests. OIP said Wednesday it will gather input from agency personnel and requesters on the creation of a national FOIA portal, as mandated by the FOIA Improvement Act of …

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GSA Expands Human Resource Multiple-Award Schedule

The General Services Administration has begun to restructure its multiple-award procurement vehicle for human resource services in an effort to address contract redundancy and simplify the acquisition process for such service offerings. GSA said Wednesday its Human Resources and Equal Employment Opportunity Multiple Award Schedule 738 X has been renamed Human Capital Management and Administrative Support …

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