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New Chief of Staff at GSA

Michael J. Robertson will be the new chief of staff at GSA. He is moving from his position as Associate Administrator of Governmentwide Policy and Chief Acquisition Officer, which he has held since August 2009. Before working at GSA, Robertson worked as the deputy working group lead for the Energy …

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GSA Awards USA.gov Video Contest Winner

GSA hosted the first-ever citizen engagement video contest and Peter Sullivan of Nashville, Tennessee took the gold. The challenge was to create a video that showed how USA.gov could help citizens navigate useful government information. More than 30 citizens from across the country submitted videos. The award winner of USA.gov …

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GSA’s Interagency Resources Management Conference

Martha Johnson, the Administrator of the U.S. General Services Administration, spoke in front of over 200 senior government executives last night at opening of the IRMCO conference. The IRMCO conference is the federal government’s premier interagency conference; this year is the 49th annual conference. The IRMCO conference began yesterday and …

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DISA & GSA Host Industry Day

“This is vastly different from anything you’ve ever seen before,” said GSA representative today at DISA & GSA’s 3rd Industry Day. The two organizations invited media and industry to attend the Future COMSATCOM Services Acquisition (FCSA) End-to-End Solutions Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) Draft RFP Industry Day this morning, April …

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GSA Increases Hybrid Fleet

The U.S. federal government is working to reduce dependence on foreign oil by increasing the number of fuel-efficient hybrids. These vehicles also cut carbon dioxide and other pollution. GSA is going to be doubling the number of hybrids in their fleet this year and hopes to have 100 hybrid vehicles …

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DISA and GSA Host Industry Day

“End-to-End Solutions Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity Draft RFP Industry Day” will be held on April 7, 2010. GSA and DISA (Defense Information Systems Agency) are partnering to host this event and inviting industry and media to attend. Industry Day is focused on sharing information on the scope of two draft …

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GSA’s Martha Johnson on Green IT, Telework

After her keynote address at FOSE 2010, Martha Johnson, administrator of the General Services Administration, spoke with reporters on green IT and telework, among other topics. When asked about what kind of internal programs or structures she has to ensure GSA buys green, Johnson said she believes there is no …

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GSA Launches BetterBuy Pilot(s)

The General Services Administration has launched the first phase of the BetterBuy pilots. The pilots will be on data.gov, which launched today, March 25, 2010, and Clearpath, which will launch in the coming weeks. In phase one GSA is testing this wiki: https://betterbuy.fas.gsa.gov/index.php/Main_Page As well as a new Twitter account to …

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GSA Official Jim Williams Set to Retire

General Services Administration’s Federal Acquisition Service commissioner Jim Williams has opted to retire.  On April 3, he will step down from his position, he said in a message, with confirmation coming from the GSA shortly after. “I feel like I have been incredibly blessed and fortunate to have been able …

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