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Agencies Spent Record $64.7B on IT Contracts in 2018 – Nextgov

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Federal agencies spent a record $64.7 billion on IT contracts in fiscal 2018, according to research released this week by Bloomberg Government.

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Here’s How the Shutdown Hurts Government Contractors

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The shutdown is having a major effect on government contractors and federal employees alike.

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Draft Solicitation for Multibillion DEOS Coming This Month – Nextgov

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GSA signaled it is close to issuing a draft request for quotations for the Defense Enterprise Office Solutions contract.

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Critical Update: Government Contracting Trends for 2019 – Nextgov

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In the latest episode of Critical Update, we address everything from OTAs to the government shutdown’s impact on contracting.

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Federal Business Opportunities Site and Others Online After Issues – Nextgov

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Three important sites operated by the General Services Administration experienced technical problems last week.

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The Devil’s in the Details as GSA Seeks to Consolidate the Multiple Award Schedules

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The agency is entering an important transitional year as it combines its many schedules into one.

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What GovTech Will Look Like in 2019 – Nextgov

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The year 2018 almost seemed like the old proverb/curse that wishes that we all live in interesting times. It was a chaotic year in a lot of ways, and I bet more than a few of us are happy that it’s almost ready for the history books. But despite the turmoil, there were quite a few advances in technology and even government technology. I’m more than a little bit happy that I was able to predict a few of them with some accuracy. Now it’s time to see if lightning can strike twice. Here are my 2019 predictions for technology and government.

Source: What GovTech Will Look Like in 2019 – Nextgov

Federal Contractors Need to Prepare for a Long Government Shutdown – Nextgov

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A shutdown of government operations for any length of time will have a significant effect on the contractor community, especially small businesses.

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Should Vendors Submit Contract Bids During a Government Shutdown? – Nextgov

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Federal contractors large and small should be prepared for a long government shutdown. But what about the contracting opportunities currently in play?

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What to Expect from Other Transaction Authorities in 2019 – Nextgov

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Though the contract model is well-suited to research and development, expect to see it tried for other things too.

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