Policy changes after revelations of a lavish Las Vegas conference have led to significant savings, officials testify.
GSA's new agreement with Pinterest is the latest attempt to ensure agencies' social outreach do not conflict with federal law.
Changes in the contracting landscape over the years suggest a series of questions the General Services Administration’s leaders should be addressing, writes consultant Frank McDonough.
GSA failed to comply with its own patching guidelines in three of the four systems examined, IG finds.
Despite recent criticism from the agency's inspector general, GSA officials believe their estimates of savings from a cloud migration are on target.
Has GSA made progress in moving the agency from Lotus Notes to the cloud? According to the Inspector General, it's hard to tell from the agency's performance measures.
The General Service Administration's Schedule 70 contracts offer agencies an easy route to acquire IT-related products and services, and many vendors and contractors do a brisk business using it. Here are the top 50.
In a shuffling of positions, Steve Kempf will return from medical leave to a new job within GSA, and the agency seeks a new leader for its acquisition service.
One system frustrates an entire community of federal agencies and government contractors.
GSA's CIO could gain considerable new influence under restructuring plan, acting administrator tells Senate panel.
With a surplus on hand in the GSA Schedules program, the time may be ripe for restructuring the fees, according to GSA's leader.
Agencies labor mightily to hit small-business contracting targets, but the emphasis on score cards overshadows some larger questions about set-asides.