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GSA meeting with industry about electric vehicle needs of US government

The General Services Administration (GSA) has the mission of delivering value and savings in real estate, acquisition, technology and other mission support services across government. The person responsible for leading those efforts is Robin Carnahan, GSA administrator. Carnahan said GSA is talking to people in private industry about the need for electric, zero-emission trucks and […]

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“Landmark” customer experience executive order focuses on digital platforms and agency leadership

The White House’s new executive order on customer experience aims to rebuild the public’s trust in the federal government. Under the order, the General Services Administration (GSA) has multiple initiatives to streamline its public-facing services. Martha Dorris, former deputy associate administrator for the Office of Citizen Services at GSA, said the “landmark” EO involves building […]

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New defense cloud contract will be multiple-award and shorter-term, says former General Services Administration head

The Pentagon’s Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure (JEDI) contract is dead. The Defense Department will try again to build an enterprise cloud capability with a different model this time. Emily Murphy, former administrator of the General Services Administration, said it is clear the department will choose a multiple-award path this time, which will reduce risk and […]

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New General Services Administration contract puts focus on emerging technology

426 companies will compete for up to $50 billion on the new STARS III contract from the General Services Administration. The commissioner of the Federal Acquisition Service, Sonny Hashmi, says the agency will roll out the new contract in cohorts. Alan Thomas, former commissioner of the Federal Acquisition Service at GSA and now chief operating […]

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Agencies should not wait to reduce office space, advises former Public Buildings Service commissioner

The Biden administration says federal agencies can lift limits on the number of employees agencies allow in the workplace. Agencies have to turn in their return-to-office plans by July 19. Those plans could affect federal property strategy. Daniel Mathews, former commissioner of the Public Buildings Service (PBS) at the General Services Administration, said the federal […]

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Former General Services Administration leader “thrilled” with federal employee survey results

The Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey says employees are more engaged and like their bosses more than before the pandemic. Federal leaders are using those numbers to strategize what comes next. Emily Murphy, former Administrator of the General Services Administration (GSA), said she is “thrilled” with the survey results and that the key at her agency […]

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Internal Revenue Service took outcome-focused approach to develop new IT contract

The Internal Revenue Service has a new solicitation on the street for the Enterprise Development Operations Services contract, which could be worth up to $2.5 billion. NextGov reports this IT services contract could touch every tax system the government uses. Shanna Webbers, Chief Procurement Officer at the Internal Revenue Service, said her team created the […]

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