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GSA Plans New Cloud Computing Special Item Number

The General Services Administration is planning to create a new special item number for cloud computing services. GSA’s Federal Acquisition Service released a request for information Wednesday to seek feedback from industry on developing a single cloud computing services special item number under the IT Schedule 70 program. FAS intends for the …

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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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GSA Launches Alliant GWAC Social Community

The General Services Administration has launched a new social media tool on the Interact.gsa.gov website in an effort to gain feedback from other agencies and industry partners. The community page is intended to facilitate “transparent and open” discussions pertaining to the Alliant II and Alliant Small Business II governmentwide acquisition contract …

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GSA Launches Govt-Wide Contract Data Dashboard; Mary Davie Comments

A new dashboard is live for agencies and businesses to track the federal government’s information technology spending on governmentwide acquisition contracts, the General Services Administration announced Wednesday. The GWAC Dashboard contains non-classified data on IT spending via those contract vehicles between 2004 and the present. In launching the dashboard, GSA …

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Casey Coleman Credits Mobility, Telework for GSA Renovation

Telework and hotelling has helped the General Services Administration through its temporary relocation from and move back into its headquarters, the agency’s chief information officer said Wednesday. In an interview with Federal News Radio, Casey Coleman told host Tom Temin the agency has some work remaining in administrative back-office work, …

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