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Mary Davie: GSA Unveils Rebranded Office of Information Technology Category

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The General Services Administration has changed the name of its Integrated Technology Service to the Office of Information Technology Category and modified the ITC’s framework to align with agencies and industry partners.

Mary Davie, assistant commissioner of the ITC, wrote in a blog post published Jan. 5 the new office will look to bolster deliveries of products and services to its customers as well as support agency missions and foster innovation through IT category management.

ITC’s priorities include collaborations with agencies to cut procurement action lead times, use of qualitative and quantitative data analytics, support for category management to foster best practices and partnerships with suppliers and agencies to distribute emerging technology government-wide.

“Our realignment into ITC directly supports the IT category, which gives us purview over the IT marketplace,” said Davie.

GSA’s ITC office includes a supplier management and compliance division, acquisition and category management support division, innovation division and customer engagement division.

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