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GSA to Advance Ban on Vendors With Ties to Chinese Tech Firms Via Consolidated Schedule Refresh

The General Services Administration’s Federal Acquisition Service will include in the initial refresh of its consolidated Multiple Awards Schedule a contracting ban on companies with ties to Chinese technology firms ZTE and Huawei through the supply chain, FedScoop reported Tuesday.

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GSA Issues First, Second Set of Unique Entity Identifier Specifications

The General Services Administration has released the first and second group of specifications for a unique entity identifier as the agency prepares to transition from the DUNS number to a non-proprietary identifier. GSA said the System for Award Management will assign the unique identifier used to track companies doing business with the government.

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GSA’s Gerard Badorrek on Community of Practice’s Planned Robotic Process Automation Playbook

Gerard Badorrek, chief financial officer at the General Services Administration, said a new community of practice is gathering agency best practices and use cases related to robotic process automation to help inform an RPA playbook that is set for release in January, Federal News Network reported Friday.

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GSA OIG Reports on Semiannual Savings, Fraud Cases

The General Services Administration's inspector general office has released a report on the agency's activities from April to September this year, highlighting audits on cost savings and performance. GSA Office of the Inspector General said it identified $79M in potential savings during the period, but also discovered various insufficiencies, criminal cases and fraudulent transactions, with a total of 30 audits issued.

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