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Dan Tangherlini: GSA’s 18F Unit Helps Refresh Federal IT Acquisition Efforts

Dan Tangherlini, former General Services Administration chief, has said he believes GSA’s 18F organization should be given a chance to help foster innovation and modernize federal government information technology acquisition in an interview with Government Technology posted Tuesday. “People are deeply satisfied with the work that 18F is doing … this is an internal government agency …

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Dan Tangherlini: Challenges, Prizes Could Transform Procurement Process

Dan Tangherlini, head of the General Services Administration, believes challenges and prizes could change the government’s procurement process, he told FCW in an interview published Tuesday. Colby Hochmuth writes agencies are looking at existing prizes and challenges such as the Challenge.gov repository in order to change how the government buys products and services. “It’s very hard for programming and …

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Dan Tangherlini: GSA Aims to Transform Gov’t Service Delivery Through Partnership, Technology

Dan Tangherlini, administrator at the General Services Administration, has said the agency implemented collaborative initiatives to find technology-based methods that he believes could improve service delivery across the government, FCW reported Thursday. Tangherlini spoke with reporter Colby Hochmuth about the organization’s work to help other agencies deliver services to the …

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Dan Tangherlini: Agile Practices, Shared Workspace Among Potential Gov’t Reforms

Dan Tangherlini, administrator of the General Services Administration, told his audience at the recent ACT-IAC 2014 Executive Leadership Conference his plans for reform in government business practices, FCW reported Tuesday. Adam Mazmanian writes that Tangherlini wants to encourage federal workers to take risk adopting new practices such as agile software development and a common acquisition platform …

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