The Coalition for Government Procurement is the single most effective voice for commercial service and product companies selling in the federal market. For more than 35 years, the Coalition has brought together public and private sector procurement leaders to work towards the mutual goal of common sense acquisition. Members have access to the latest federal compliance and policy information, which serves as the foundation of a successful government business.
Former Administrator of the Office of Federal Procurement Policy in the Office of Management and Budget, Steve Kelman writes about his recent discussions with contractors at the Coalition’s 2016 Fall Training Conference! Read More!
All you need to know about the Transactional Data Reporting rule and the Coalition’s position! Read More!
On November 8, the Coalition and the IT Alliance for Public Sector (ITAPS), submitted joint comments in response to the General Services Administration (GSA) proposed rule, General Services Administration Acquisition Regulation (GSAR); Federal Supply Schedule, Order-Level Materials. To read the comments, click here.
On November 7, the Coalition submitted comments to the Office of Management and Budget regarding its recently released draft circular, OMB Circular Implementing Category Management for Common Goods and Services. The Coalition provided OMB with six recommendations for enhancing the implementation of category management. To read the comments, click here.
On October 5, Senator Orrin Hatch (R-UT) issued a request for information regarding the use commercial products/solutions in Federal IT Modernization projects. The Coalition submitted comments in response to Senator Hatch’s request on November 2. To read the Coalition’s comments, click here.
In a Coalition member meeting on September 20, 2016, GSA shared its responses to more than 60 industry questions about the transactional data reporting (TDR) pilot and implementation. The Coalition appreciates the response and looks forward to continuing the dialogue with GSA about remaining areas for clarification. To view GSA’s responses, click here.