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The contract may feature 61 businesses but a research firm says far fewer companies will snag most of the business.
The small business portion of the contract vehicle is valued at a maximum $15 billion.
The agency's central platform will let employees dabble in data sets and analytics tools.
“We really did spend a lot of time looking at leading-edge technology,” a GSA official said.
The government doesn’t always do a good job explaining what it wants.
Emily Webster Murphy, GSA administrator nominee, pledged to expand open data programs while Jeff Pon, OPM director nominee, said he promised to ramp up information security efforts.
The program offers a faster, cheaper path for certifying low-risk cloud services for agencies.
A nonprofit partnership is looking for ways the decentralized ledger system can benefit society.
The General Services Administration has a proof-of-concept project underway and a hurdle.
The acquisition service will have some familiar faces and expects more permanent regional leaders soon.
The position has been empty since the agency's reorganization in June.
This Nextgov ebook dives into the ups and downs of agencies' agile projects.
Federal agencies continue loosening rules for buying, hiring and even donating to help respond to the Harvey disaster.
GSA’s tech unit is paying up to $5,000 to security researchers who find exploitable flaws in its Federalist tool.
The General Services Administration selected 10 vendors for the Enterprise Infrastructure Services contract.
It’s soliciting help from vendors to review Ruby On Rails applications.
The president appointed an associate administrator to the Office of Governmentwide Policy.
A House Oversight subcommittee questioned why the General Services Administration's moved its tech units under the acquisition office and shifted to a politically appointed commissioner.
The technology could be used for processes that require third-party verification.
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