Federal Government Looks to Leverage Existing IT, Acquisition and Shared Services in Agency Reform Plans

In an article appearing in Federal Computer Week on April 12, 2017 FCW author Mark Rothwell quotes the White House as saying -

Agencies should consider GWACs and federal supply schedules, it said, for common goods and services to save money, avoid wasteful and redundant contracting actions and free-up acquisition staff to accelerate procurements for high-priority mission work.”

It would appear that, despite all the plans for Federal Government reform, GSA schedule contracts will continue to play an important role in how the Fed procures goods and services.

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