The General Services Administration shared three ways that agencies can reduce their water use over the next ten years, in an April 21 GSA blog post.
The General Services Administration has initiated a number of programs over the last several years to make the federal vehicle fleet more energy efficient, and the agency says the initiatives are working.
The General Services Administration is seeking proposals for its third iteration of the GSA Leasing Support Services contract that is meant to provide the GSA's contracting officers with support for brokering and leasing property.
Dynatrace, a software vendor that measures end user experience online, analyzed websites of several select state revenue departments and found a wide range of how fast their websites and pages loaded as well as how consistent these sites were throughout the day.
The General Services Administration is moving forward with its plan to overhaul the Multiple Award Schedules, putting into action recommendations from the agency's 2010 Multiple Award Schedule Advisory Panel, says an April 13 blog post by GSA Senior Procurement Executive Jeffrey Koses.
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.