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Denise Turner Roth: GSA Rolls Out Cyber Special Item Number in Support of White House Cybersecurity Plan

The General Services Administration has launched a new special item number for cybersecurity platforms and services and collaborated with other federal agencies to develop procurement support to facilitate cyber vulnerability assessments of government information technology systems. GSA Administrator Denise Turner Roth wrote in a blog post published Monday such actions are part …

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GSA to Assign New Special Item Number for Health IT Under Schedule 70; Roya Konzman Comments

The General Services Administration plans to designate a new special item number for health information technology services under the agency’s Information Technology Schedule 70 acquisition vehicle, Federal Times reported Monday. Carten Cordell writes government agencies will have access to health IT services under 132-56 SIN. Roya Konzman, senior IT specialist at GSA, told Federal …

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Capt. Michael Abreu: NGEN to Serve as Model for Other DoD Agencies

Capt. Michael Abreu, the program manager overseeing the migration of the U.S. Navy‘s intranet to the Next Generation Enterprise Network, believes that it could serve as a model for other Defense Department organizations, FCW reported Wednesday. Sean Lyngaas writes that Abreu outlined the service’s approach to an IT services management model based on best practices from the IT Infrastructure …

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Mary Davie: GSA’s Networx Vehicle Sees Increased Purchasing Activity, Saves Agencies $332M

The General Services Administration has been analyzing federal agencies’ network services purchases through its Networx telecommunications acquisition vehicle, said Mary Davie, assistant commissioner of the Office of Integrated Technology Services at GSA’s Federal Acquisition Service. With 136 agencies using Networx to buy network and telecom services, the GSA is able to determine current trends in …

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