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Denise Turner Roth: More Agencies Seek GSA’s Govt Acquisition Tools

Denise Turner Roth
Denise Turner Roth

Denise Turner Roth, head of the General Services Administration, has said GSA re-evaluated its governmentwide acquisition program offerings in an effort to attract more customer agencies, Federal Times reported Tuesday.

“You will see more agencies being willing to give up their contracts to come to our solutions,” Roth told Federal Times’ Jill Aitoro in an interview.

Aitoro writes GSA partnered with the Office of Personnel Management and the Defense Department to examine a vehicle for agencies to acquire credit monitoring services in the event of a data breach.

FierceGovernmentIT reported Roth told an executive leadership forum Tuesday that GSA launched its Acquisition Gateway to help government contracting personnel collaborate and access multiple offerings by category.

“Something that happens when you bring a group of experts together — they become more innovative,” she added.

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