The Administrator for U.S. General Services Administration (GSA), Denise Turner Roth, today unveiled $51,000* in gently used laptops donated to Atlanta’s Martin Luther King Jr. Middle School through the agency’s Computers for Learning Program.
- By Roger Chu · January 15th, 2016
- By Roger Chu · December 14th, 2015
The two Pauls make a great team of opposites.
- By Roger Chu · November 17th, 2015
Key Lawmakers Express Support for Critical National Security Investment
- By Roger Chu · October 19th, 2015
The Obama administration has prioritized improving hiring and recruiting at federal agencies, but the managers dealing with those efforts do not report seeing any improvement in the conditions on the ground.
- By Roger Chu · September 22nd, 2015
The burden of a government shutdown would not fall evenly across federal agencies.
- By Roger Chu · August 27th, 2015
To Steve Shih, the challenges facing the federal government are only growing.
- By Roger Chu · July 17th, 2015
WASHINGTON – Today, the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) issued a Request for Proposals (RFP) requiring shortlisted developers to outline the construction and development services they are willing to provide in exchange for two buildings at Federal Triangle South in southwest Washington, D.C.
- By Roger Chu · June 29th, 2015
The General Services Administration awarded $1.5 billion in contracts to small businesses in fiscal 2014, with the Small Business Administration giving the agency an “A” grade for its efforts, says a June 29 GSA statement.
- By Roger Chu · June 24th, 2015
The General Services Administration’s efforts to provide federal buyers with better data is seeing results over the last six months and continues to expand, according to the head of the agency’s Federal Acquisition Service.
- By Roger Chu · April 9th, 2015
Over the next six months, the General Services Administration will bring the first of many major changes to its schedules contracts program.