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Federal CIO Tony Scott has been on the job a little over a year, and has been front and center trying to push, drag and cajole the government’s approach to IT and digital services into the modern era. In just …
You knew this was coming: Following the release of category management policies that sought to improve the way the federal government purchased laptop and desktop computers, as well as software licenses, the White House’s Office of Management and Budget (OMB) …
In its continual push to improve the federal acquisition workforce's performance when it comes to buying digital services, the Office of Federal Procurement Policy (OFPP) has announced the creation of the TechFAR Hub, a new resource to help equip staff with practical tools and guidance for employing best practices in this sometimes tricky area. The TechFAR Hub will live as another "hallway" in the General Services Administration's (GSA) Acquisition Gateway, the information sharing portal that lets agencies compare prices and practices across a number of different spending categories.
Within 10 months of the failed October 2013 rollout of Healthcare.gov, the White House launched the United States Digital Service (USDS) to “work in collaboration with other government agencies to make websites more consumer friendly, to identify …
Understanding What the 2014 EU Procurement Directive Means for You Part of the reason that procurement is such a complex field is that the rules and directives that control it are always evolving. To those of …
We listed our six challenges for public procurement in 2015 at the beginning of the month. Here they are again.