The General Services Administration has launched its new iteration of the Acquisition.gov website that it says will be a more comprehensive, user-friendly website for contracting officers. "Web designers will tell you that it's important for a website to look like someone lives there, that it's not a smattering of links and pages that look as if no one is home," says an April 13 GSA statement.
The General Services Administration is looking for an experienced solar power provider to help the agency reach its sustainability goal of using at least 30 percent renewable energy to run operations by 2025.
The CIO Council recently released a searchable database of public laws, executive orders, memos and other documents from the White House budget office in what it's calling an IT Policy Library.
The man at the center of the General Service's Administration's Las Vegas conference spending scandal pleaded guilty Wednesday to making a false claim to the federal government. Jeffrey Neely, the former GSA acting regional administrator, admitted to submitting a claim for reimbursement for a claim for lodging expenses at a Las Vegas-area casino, which he knew was not incurred for official business, says an emailed statement from the GSA inspector general.
A new executive order seeks to have agencies cut their greenhouse gas emissions to an extent that could save the government billions of dollars, says a March 19 statement from Acting General Services Administration head Denise Turner Roth.
The General Services Administration is seeking information about commercial services that can provide top-level domain name registration services through a secure "DOTGOV.gov" website.
The Army has signed on to use the General Service Administration's governmentwide blanket contract for professional services, called OASIS, says a March 16 GSA statement.
The General Services Administration didn't properly follow its own best practices for managing large scale projects during some of its renovations to federal courthouses, says a recently released Government Accountability Office report.
A federal appeals court ruled Tuesday that purchases made using the General Services Administration Schedules must still follow regulations for commercial items under the Federal Acquisition Regulation.
Under a proposed General Services Administration rule, the multiple awards schedule would get an overhaul to address recommendations by the 2010 Multiple Award Schedule Advisory Panel.