The OASIS Follow-on (BIC MAC): The Conversation Continues!

Over the last three months, GSA has been engaging stakeholders across the procurement community, sharing its initial thoughts on the potential acquisition strategy for the One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services (OASIS) follow-on, which GSA has named the...

On Anniversaries, Perseverance, and Hope

One year ago, our nation faced the realities of the pandemic, and the Coalition faced the difficult choice that enterprises across this nation faced. On March 16th, ominously one day after the Ides of March, the Coalition began operating virtually. Much has happened...

“Seeding the Schedules Cloud” – What’s the Forecast?

“Seeding the Schedules cloud” means addressing 1980s era Multiple Award Schedule (MAS) pricing policies that limit access to 21st century commercial solutions, especially leading-edge commercial technologies, like cloud computing. By so doing, GSA can increase agency...

MAS Consolidation: Opportunities in the FAS Engine Room

MAS consolidation is all about breaking down barriers, eliminating stovepipes, and streamlining procurement processes. For this reason, GSA is to be commended for this important contracting effort to bring efficiency to government contracting. As the largest...

21 for 2021: Opportunities to Improve Federal Procurement

As we kickoff 2021, with a new Administration and a new Congress, the Coalition for Government Procurement takes this opportunity to highlight 21 opportunities to improve the procurement system’s support of agency missions. Assisted Services – Leveraging acquisition...