House Oversight Committee probes GSA administrator’s telework

The GOP-led committee is seeking details about Robin Carnahan's telework arrangements.

GSA's plan to scale up commercial platforms program hits the street

The program currently allows some 40,000 participants across 25 federal agencies to conduct small-scale acquisitions up to $10,000 on platforms like Amazon and Overstock.

The CX executive order turns one

The White House says that agencies have made improvements to websites, mobile apps and more. Several experts say that long-term success will depend on the staying power of customer experience as a priority and methodology.

Ann Lewis to head GSA's Technology Transformation Services

Lewis, who recently served in a senior tech role at the Small Business Administration, has spent her career focused on supporting small businesses while serving in top technology positions across the public and private sectors.

GSA establishes new legal division for technology services

The agency is seeking legal talent to help advise tech-focused offices.

GSA beta tests new 'federal front door'

GSA is testing updates to in keeping with the administration's customer experience push, but questions linger about how cross-agency collaboration will work in practice.

Longtime GSA official Jim Russo dies at 65

Colleagues remember a technical expert, a trusted collaborator and a caring friend.

GSA lifts curtains on the next Alliant contract

Version three of this flagship government-wide technology solutions vehicle is now ready for industry to read and comment on.

GSA, DOE look to the private sector for green building tech

The federal government is looking for ways to help commercial buildings transition away from their reliance on fossil fuels while aiming to achieve economy-wide net zero emissions by 2050.

Labor Department, USPS team up on ID proofing

A pilot project set to launch in 2023 will see the Department of Labor and the postal service teaming up to help unemployment insurance applicants verify identities on behalf of participating states.

GSA’s has a new director

The former director of software engineering for the city of Philadelphia is taking the helm of GSA’s

GSA plans to scale up e-commerce program

The General Services Administration wants to offer government buyers more online platforms to conduct small-scale acquisitions following a reportedly well-liked pilot program involving Amazon, according to a new request for proposals.

The Biden administration moves to make unions more accessible to federal contractors

This carries out a recommendation from the White House task force on worker organizing. 

GSA’s Dave Zvenyach to exit government

In his position leading the Technology Transformation Services, Zvenyach oversaw 18F and other key programs including the burgeoning identity shared service

GSA’s Ascend cloud RFI emphasizes baseline requirements for vendors

The General Services Administration seeks feedback from the private sector on its highly anticipated one-stop shop for federal agencies seeking commercial cloud solutions.

GSA appoints climate adviser

The General Services Administration released a few other personnel announcements.