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Report: Architect of the Capitol Lacked Proper Oversight of IT Services BPA

The Architect of the Capitol’s inspector general released a report stating that the agency failed to properly oversee an information technology services task order under a blanket purchase agreement. The BPA, which includes orders for app development and engineering support, covers work such as maintenance services, information assurance, network infrastructure management and help desk services. 

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CenturyLink Becomes First Vendor to Receive Authority in GSA Infrastructure Contract

CenturyLink became the first supplier to receive authority to operate (ATO) under the General Services Administration’s 15-year, $50 billion Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions (EIS) program. EIS is  an indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity (IDIQ) program that provides federal agencies with the flexibility and agility to migrate to modern communications and IT services that meet strict government security standards.

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Air Force Boosting Contractor Work in IT Modernization

The U.S. Air Force launched a pilot program allowing private companies to handle information technology-related tasks assigned to service members, C4ISRNet reported Friday. The Enterprise IT as a Service program comes as part of the ongoing reorganization for the service. 

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GSA: Acquisition Gateway Now Has 17 Category Hallways

The General Services Administration has unveiled the availability of 17 category hallways on the agency Acquisition Gateway online portal as part of GSA’s efforts to streamline government acquisition initiatives. John Felleman, senior innovation specialist for the Acquisition Gateway, wrote in a blog entry posted Thursday that the hallways work to help contracting …

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Report: GSA Networx Contract Savings Exceed $600M

The General Services Administration has achieved more than $600 million in savings from its Networx contract vehicle, FedScoop reported Friday. Colby Hochmuth writes that under the program, the agency seeks to offer higher-capacity, cost-effective and flexible telecommunications and network services through a consolidated purchasing process. According to the report, fiscal …

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