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Month: March 2019

FBI needs more time to recompete $5B IT product contract

FBI needs more time to recompete $5B IT product contract

Procurement The FBI says it needs more time to move forward on the recompete of its primary contract vehicle for commodity IT products and services. In a March 28 FedBizOpps notice , the bureau said it plans to extend by another year current Information Technology Supplies and Support Services […] Click here to view original …

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Analysts: Pentagon’s Multibillion-Dollar DEOS Contract is Guaranteed for Microsoft

Analysts: Pentagon’s Multibillion-Dollar DEOS Contract is Guaranteed for Microsoft

Frontpage/Shutterstock.com In the coming weeks, the Pentagon—through its partner, the General Services Administration—will bid out a cloud-based contract for enterprisewide email, calendar and other collaboration tools potentially worth as much as $8 billion over the next decade. The Pentagon’s goal is to establish a single baseline cloud architecture across […] Click here to view original …

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These 30 companies, including Boeing, get the most money from the federal government

These 30 companies, including Boeing, get the most money from the federal government

According to the Congressional Budget Office, the U.S. government spent $4 trillion in 2017. While the budget’s largest portions go toward benefit programs like Social Security and Medicaid, hundreds of billions of federal dollars also end up in the coffers of just a handful of companies in the private […] Click here to view original …

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Do-Over Ordered for GSA’s $15B Small Business IT Procurement

GSA can’t proceed with dozens of awardees Protester showed unequal pricing evaluation The General Services Administration must reconsider its 81 contract awards under an IT services procurement worth $15 billion, the Court of Federal Claims said. The agency is enjoined from proceeding with its current awardee list and must […] Click here to view original …

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AT&T to Provide Telecom Services Through GSA’s EIS Program

AT&T to Provide Telecom Services Through GSA’s EIS Program

Chris Smith, AT&T AT&T announced it received Authority to Operate for the General Services Administration ’s Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions technology purchasing program, which will allow federal agencies to award task orders to the company for critical IT and telecommunications services. The EIS technology purchasing program contract has a $50 […] Click here to view original …

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FCW Insider

FCW Insider

This year’s Fed 100 winners show just how much committed and talented individuals can accomplish in federal IT. Read their profiles to learn more! Two more telecoms got the Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions go-ahead. GSA granted AT&T and Verizon authorities to operate under the agency’s mammoth next-generation telecommunications contract. Mark […] Click here to view original …

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OMB, GSA set table for next round of payroll services consolidation

OMB, GSA set table for next round of payroll services consolidation

At first glance, the Technology Modernization Fund Board’s $20.9 million loan to the General Services Administration made perfect sense. GSA’s proposal to modernize its federal payroll system checked off many of the boxes the board was looking for — updating legacy IT and processes, improving a shared service and addressing a high-value program that others …

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