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TMF Continues To Struggle With Covering Costs, Recouping Investments

The Government Accountability Office is encouraging project evaluation.

GSA Names 14 Projects Supported by $150M from COVID Stimulus

The $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan enacted at the start of the Biden administration included $150 million to support digital services improvements.

What Google’s New Cloud Security Authorizations Mean for Its Government Customers

Company officials called the updates the result of a significant engineering effort.

Bill to Codify FedRAMP Set for Vote in Senate Committee

If passed, agencies would have to explain their reasons for rejecting previously authorized cloud products or services.

GSA Seeks Federal Employees Ideas on Equity and Climate Change 

The 10x program unveiled new investment opportunities aligned with the Biden-Harris administration's policies. 

GSA Opens Bidding on More Cryptocurrency Auctions

The General Services Administration's latest bitcoin and litecoin up for bid is valued at over $268,000.

GSA Wants a Real Person Associated With Every SAM Registration Before Fiscal Year’s End

Every organization doing business with the government will have to name a real person as account administrator and go through a three-point ID proofing process.

GSA Needs Users to Test SAM.gov Ahead of DUNS Transition

Unique Entity IDs are being issued now and the General Services Administration team wants help testing the system that assigns and manages the new identifier.

Reissued Draft of GSA’s Small Business IT Contract Adds New Pool

The new draft request for proposals also makes significant changes to past performance requirements.

GSA Taps Tech Modernization Fund Chief

The fund figures to play an important role in helping agencies modernize IT.

Biden Administration Announces Tech Talent Fellowship Effort

The program is geared toward attracting young technologists to government work.

WeWork and Other Co-Working Spaces to Be an Option for Feds 

GSA will issue guidance to agencies on how to take advantage of this first-ever contract. 

GSA’s First Centers of Excellence Customer Touts $50M in Cost Avoidance

After three years, the Agriculture Department launched a cloud office, consolidated contact centers and stood up more than a hundred dashboards.

Biden to Nominate former HUD Official to Lead Federal Procurement Office

If confirmed, Biniam Gebre would play a leading role in administering the administration’s ambitious management plans.

GSA Gives Final Deadline for Transition from DUNS to Unique Entity ID

The agency also confirmed that all current SAM registrants should have already been assigned their new identifier.

NIST Outlines Security Measures for Software Use and Testing Under Executive Order

Eyes now turn to the Office of Management and Budget to issue requirements for federal agencies and contractors based on NIST’s work.