Gormley Group President Bill Gormley joins host Roger Waldron to discuss category management initiatives coming out of the Office of Management and Budget and the keys to reorganizing procurement operations across GSA. May 10, 2016
The General Services Administration picked 109 vendors for the $11.5 billion unrestricted and small business Human Capital and Training Solutions (HCaTs) contracts.
OFPP Administrator Anne Rung and Federal CIO Tony Scott finalized a draft policy from December with few changes that requires agencies to manage and oversee software licenses in a new way.
A new exclusive survey of federal chief acquisition officers and senior procurement executives by Federal News Radio found respondents ranked category management and taking advantage of the tools that come with the initiative as one of their top priorities for 2016.
Kim Luke left government after just four months as the IT category manager. GSA’s Mary Davie has taken over in the role.
A new Office of Federal Procurement Policy memo and proposed rule by the FAR Council are part of the administration’s ongoing efforts to change the way agencies buy products and services.
Jonathan Alboum, USDA’s chief information officer, said he is working through the agency’s CIO Council to develop a concept of operations to modernize the agency’s networks and move to the cloud.
The Pentagon will help contracting officers and vendors understand what it’s buying and who is doing the buying through a new acquisition portal.
The Office of Management and Budget issued a final memo banning most new contracts for mobile devices and services.
President Barack Obama signed the MEGABYTE Act into law, and GSA released two new shared services offerings to keep the “slow” summer months hopping.