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  On June 8th, the General Services Administration (GSA) issued a Request for Information (RFI) for a “Proposed Special Item Number (SIN) on IT Schedule 70: Highly Adaptive Cybersecurity Services (HACS).”  The scope of the proposed SIN included proactive cyber services (e.g. network mapping, vulnerability scanning, penetration testing, phishing assessment, web application assessment, and wireless […]

  On April 6th, GSA Administrator Denise Turner Roth launched the ”Making it Easier” (MIE) campaign,  a series of new contracting initiatives designed to streamline and simply the Federal Supply Schedule (FSS) proposal submission and evaluation process. In particular, MIE focuses on making “it easier for new and innovative companies to [join those existing innovative […]

Last month the Defense Health Agency (DHA) announced its decision to partner with the General Services Administration (GSA) to satisfy its Health Information Technology (HIT) requirements. The Coalition applauds this positive step toward reducing contract duplication. Coalition members look forward to working with DHA and GSA to provide efficient, effective best value solutions to support […]

The $50 billion GSA MAS program is where federal requirements and commercial practices intersect creating a highly competitive governmentwide commercial marketplace. As the federal government’s largest commercial item contracting program, it is imperative that MAS contracts efficiently and effectively reconcile government requirements and commercial practices. With thousands of contracts covering millions of items, the ability […]

The Rush to Cloud Services

June 10th, 2011

Clouding Computing—what’s the forecast? In thinking about cloud computing and the growing number of government contracts seeking cloud services I kept looking to the sky and wondering about the number and types of weather clouds. So I did a little meteorological research this week and confirmed what I thought. There are many types of clouds. […]

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