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Federal Procurement Data System’s Reporting Functions Will Migrate to Beta SAM Website in March

The General Services Administration will move the Federal Procurement Data System’s main reporting functions – administrative, standard, ad hoc and static – to the System for Award Management’s beta website by March 16, Nextgov reported Wednesday.

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Butch Luckie: Air Force’s IT Savings Hit $565M

Butch Luckie, chief of information technology business analytics at the U.S. Air Force, has said the service branch has achieved nearly 17 percent reduction in the service branch’s IT budget of more than $3.9 billion during the past two years. Luckie told Federal News Radio in an interview published Thursday that figure represents …

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Report: DoD Cut FY 2014 Contract Spending by 8%

Figures released by the Federal Procurement Data System show that the Defense Department‘s overall spending dropped 8 percent last fiscal year to $284.9 billion, Federal Times reported Thursday. Andy Medici writes a Federal Times analysis of FPDS data found that although many non-defense government agencies increased their spending on contracts …

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Tiffany Hixson: GSA to Halt New Services Schedule Entries in Consolidation Move

The General Services Administration has suspended the entry of new vendors into its seven contract schedules for professional services as part of program reforms led by Tiffany Hixson, Federal News Radio reported Thursday. Jason Miller reports that Hixson, professional services category executive at GSA’s Federal Acquisition Service, said the suspension period could last for …

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