There have been so many responses to a recent RFI that GSA has extended the deadline to allow for more, agency says.
Agency's purchasing strategies have lowered prices and allowed the government more flexibility when employees book flights, as work begins on the second iteration of GSA's electronic air travel management system.
A GSA official believes agencies are making steady progress at optimizing data for mobile devices, predicting a 'giant step forward' soon.
Watchdog group says Office of Government Ethics missed clear warning signs of risks of abuse and waste in GSA, suggesting that some changes may be needed in the government's structure for ethics oversight.
System for Award Management is back online.
A former GSA Commissioner has left the agency, apparently in connection to the ongoing spending scandal.
Taken down because of performance issues, GSA's new SAM site is scheduled to be back Aug. 6.
Lawmakers seek to limit bonuses governmentwide, a concern that gained prominence in Congress's examination of GSA spending.
The Transportation and Infrastructure Committee expects to have GSA testifying about its spending choices, but the invited officials are not saying no.
Almost 99 percent of services have moved to the Networx program, according to a GSA official.
Davie brings 20 years of GSA experience to the post as Commissioner Steve Kempf begins medical leave.
GSA is instituting the Demand Based Model to align its resources with areas of greatest need, but admits it isn't a full solution for the Schedules program.