GSA Administrator Emily Murphy will discuss her agency’s Federal Marketplace Strategy and give an update on the growing use of GSA’s procurement portfolio.
This week on Off the Shelf, Bill Gormley, president of the Gormley Group and chair of the Coalition for Government Procurement, provides a debrief of the coalition’s 2019 Spring Training Conference: The Federal Marketplace Initiative.
The government might have the right to suspend or even debar contractors for three years, but contractors can and do sue when it happens. One recent case showed the dangers in suing the government and why contractors need to pay attention to the concept known as responsibility. Dismas Locaria, a partner of Venable, joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin in studio to share some expert insight into this case.
Antonio Doss, Small Business Administration, discusses the ways the agency helps new businesses as well as the many scams that target business owners, including cyberattacks and telemarketing frauds.
Congress is watching while contractors are wary. So just how big is other transaction authority in the Defense Department?
Before contractors can get to that final stretch of the fiscal fourth quarter, they’ve got to do some important prep in what remains of this, the third quarter. Larry Allen of Federal Business Partners joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin to offer some advice. For starters, he said not to expect many more meet-and-greets the rest of this year.
When the General Services Administration released the $65 billion Alliant 2 governmentwide acquisition contract for IT services back in June 2016, it was one of the first major procurement efforts to put a premium on past performance.
Many people see the beginning of a business as just having one good idea, but to actually reach success and draw investors, a lot more hard work is needed. To understand the best practices for actually building a business and drawing in a customer base, we spoke with Tony Surak, chief marketing officer and partner at DataTribe.
Multiple award contracts have been around for decades. Successful ones can be like annuities for award-holders and the cash generators for the agencies who operate them. And they’ve been growing in terms of dollars. For just how much, Federal Drive with Tom Temin turned to Bloomberg Government senior data analyst Paul Murphy.