Tag: PRC

The Transactional Data Reporting Rule-Some Quick Highlights and Next Steps

Yesterday the General Services Administration (GSA) published the final rule implementing Transactional Data Reporting (TDR) for GSA’s Federal Supply Schedule (FSS) program, Governmentwide Acquisition Contracts (GWACs) and other Governmentwide Indefinite-Delivery,

“Bringing the Government’s Data:” An alternative approach to transactional data reporting.

  As promised in last week’s FAR & Beyond, this week, the focus is on the challenges and opportunities associated with the management of transactional data. Last spring, GSA published

One more time:  Cloud Services and the Price Reduction Clause (PRC)

As GSA’s Federal Acquisition Service (FAS) continues to explore creating a separate “cloud” special item number (SIN) on its IT Schedule 70 contracts, it has issued a working draft cloud

Opportunities for Excellence in the GSA Multiple Award Schedule Program 

Two key events this week represent opportunities for improving the GSA Schedules program that are not being leveraged. First, today, November 21, 2014, is the due date for comments on

Federal Times Blog on GSA Proposed Change to Add a Cloud Computing Special Item Number (SIN) on IT Schedule 70

  For this week’s comment I wanted to share with you a blog post first published on the Federal Times’ Acquisition Blog (www.federaltimes.com). The post highlights GSA’s current cloud RFI. The Coalition appreciates GSA’s decision to

Revisited: Impact of the Price Reduction Clause

Here in DC it has been cold and snowy—and parents across the region are wondering if school is going to last through July 4th given all the cancellations. It seems

Comments on the Coalition’s Released MAS Pricing Policy White Paper

On Monday the Coalition provided the Federal Acquisition Service’s (FAS’s) Office of Acquisition Management with our white paper, “GSA Multiple Award Schedule Pricing: Recommendations to Embrace Regulatory and Commercial Market Changes.” The Coalition

Fall 2013 at The Coalition for Government Procurement

The Labor Day weekend marks the end of summer and the beginning of fall and the school year.  The Coalition hopes that everyone had a wonderful summer! This week also