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Month: November 2018

Former attorney general behind bars after leaking grand jury material to the press…

  Posted: Nov 29, 2018 01:20 PM EST EAGLEVILLE, Pa. (AP) – Former Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane is behind bars after reporting to a suburban Philadelphia county jail to begin a sentence for leaking grand jury material and lying about it. Kane showed up at the Montgomery County Correctional Facility just before 8 a.m. …

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‘Long overdue’ reforms coming to GSA’s schedules program

The General Services Administration has been talking about modernizing its $31 billion schedules program for much of the last two decades. Over the next 24 months, GSA plans to finally turn all that talk into real action. GSA announced Tuesday that it will consolidate its 24 schedules into one by the end of 2020. GSA …

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Federal Register :: General Services Administration Acquisition Regulation (GSAR); Federal Supply Schedule, Order-Level Materials

GSA’s Federal Supply Schedule (FSS) program, commonly known as the GSA Schedules program or Multiple Award Schedule (MAS) program is the Government’s most used commercial-item purchasing channel, accounting for approximately $33 billion of Federal contract awards in fiscal year 2016 (not including the VA Schedules).GSA Schedules provide a convenient and effective option for both ordering …

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DoD Sees Advantages in Turning to GSA for Contracting

When it comes to contracting, the Department of Defense (DoD0 tends to run its own show with soliciting, awarding, and managing the contracts awarded under its $700 million+ annual budget.But just recently it hooked up with the government’s civilian contracting authority, the General Services Administration (GSA), on a couple of hefty deals: DoD’s $7.8 billion …

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