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Profile: Judith Zawatsky, FAS Chief of Staff

Judith Zawatsky serves as chief of staff at the General Services Administration‘s Federal Acquisition Service. In this capacity, Zawatsky is responsible for executive operations within the Office of the FAS Commissioner that works to deliver more than $50 billion in products and services to customer agencies each year. She previously was …

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Jeffrey Koses: GSA Proposes Data Reporting Rule Change for Multiple Award Schedules

The General Services Administration will implement a series of changes to the Multiple Award Schedules program in order to address concerns over price variability, flexibility and regulatory complexities Jeffrey Koses, a senior procurement executive at GSA’s Office of Government-wide Policy, said Monday on the GSA blog that the agency will propose a new rule for transactional data reporting, a class …

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Tom Sharpe: GSA Seeks Agency, Vendor Feedback on Multiple Award Schedules Reform

The General Services Administration will collaborate with other government agencies and vendors to change portions of GSA’s Multiple Award Schedules program, Federal Times reported Monday. Aaron Boyd writes GSA wants to implement a new pricing model that would allow the agency to compare industry bids to commercial market prices and existing contracts. …

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GSA Debuts Online Reverse Auction Service; Thomas Sharpe Comments

The General Services Administration has launched an online reverse auction tool for federal agencies to acquire information technology products and services. Officials intend for the new service to increase opportunities for small businesses to bid on government business and improve transparency, GSA said Tuesday. “Reverse auctions can drive down prices …

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GSA Cutting Typewriter, Trophy Contracts

The General Services Administration is taking a new step in modifying its multiple award schedules by eliminating 8,000 contracts, the agency announced Thursday. GSA will no longer award contracts typewriters, photographic equipment, trophies and commemorative or promotional items. Each of those contracts costs $3,000 per year to administer and GSA …

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