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GSA’s Chris Hamm: Acquisition Arena Needs Industry-Gov’t Comm Growth

Industry can help shape contracting requirements and should give agencies information on the work done in commercial markets to help customers address requirements before the government starts an acquisition initiative, a GSA executive has told ExecutiveGov. Chris Hamm, director of GSA’s Federal Systems Integration and Management Center, said the government’s goal should be to have …

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Chris Hamm: GSA Explores New Acquisition Tools, Processes to Improve GovCon

Chris Hamm, director of the General Services Administration‘s Federal System Integration and Management Center, has said GSA is exploring new processes and technologies in an effort make government contracting cheaper and more efficient, Federal Times reported Friday. Andy Medici writes that contractors could see potential opportunities as the agency works to utilize …

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Profile: Chris Hamm, Director of GSA FEDSIM

Chris Hamm serves as director of the General Services Administration’s FEDSIM organization, where he oversees information technology and professional service contracts worth $7 billion. The 15-year acquisitions and project management veteran frequently speaks at conferences on various topics such as performance-based contracting, information technology service level agreements and agile acquisition. …

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Report: Chris Hamm Promoted to Director of GSA’s FEDSIM Segment

Chris Hamm, operations director of the General Services Administration‘s Federal Systems Integration and Management Center, will take the role of director next month, FCW reported Tuesday. Mark Rockwell reports that Hamm will succeed GSA veteran and four-year FEDSIM Director Steve Viar, who plans to retire. Hamm told the publication that the center will continue its work …

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