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GSA Announces Key Appointments; Katy Kale Quoted

The General Services Administration (GSA) has appointed Exodie Roe III as associate administrator in the Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization and Roberto Rosas as policy adviser in the Office of Congressional and Intergovernmental Affairs.  Roe will bring more than a decade of congressional and Capitol Hill experience with …

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Zimperium Named GSA and CDM Approved Vendor Through Partnership With Vertosoft

Vertosoft

Vertosoft, a company focused on driving emerging technology growth in the government, announced today that their partner Zimperium has been named an approved vendor under the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) Schedule 70. Zimperium is a global leader in mobile device and app security, offering the only real-time, on-device, machine learning-based protection against Android, iOS, and Chromebooks threats.

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NCI Secures $807M Task Order to Support GSA Digital Transformation; Paul Dillahay Quoted

NCI Information Systems has won a prime $807 million task order, the largest in the company’s history, to support the General Services Administration (GSA) Office of Digital Infrastructure Technologies (IDT) as a strategic partner to help transform GSA IT capabilities, drive digital modernization, provide a more flexible service delivery model …

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GSA to Remove Non-Defense Innovation Unit-Approved Drones From Multiple Award Schedules

The General Services Administration will remove from Multiple Award Schedules contracts unmanned aircraft systems and other drones to address potential security risks associated with the use of such devices. GSA said Tuesday its decision does not cover drones approved by the Defense Innovation Unit under the Blue sUAS program, which …

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Altamira to Serve as Team Lead on GSA’s $997M MEGASTAR BPA

Altamira Technologies will serve as the new team lead on its existing contractor teaming arrangement for the General Services Administration‘s potential five-year, $997 million MEGASTAR blanket purchase agreement. “We are excited to take on this Team Lead role on MEGASTAR which provides us with greater opportunities to support NASIC’s critical mission,” …

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LMI to Help Build GSA’s Online Portal for Federal Building Mgmt Tools; Josh Wilson Quoted

Josh Wilson SVP LMI

TYSONS CORNER, VA, December 14, 2020 — An LMI-Tiber Creek Consulting partnership will create an online one-stop shop for building management, lease and maintenance applications under a five-year, $20M General Services Administration contract, ExecutiveBiz reported Dec. 4.

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NTT Data Receives GSA OASIS Pool 1 Award; Tim Conway Quoted

Tim Conway Public Sector President NTT Data Services

NTT Data Services is eligible to pursue information technology support contracts under Pool 1 of the General Services Administration's One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services procurement vehicle. Tim Conway, president of NTT Data's public sector group and a previous Wash100 Award recipient, said the OASIS Pool 1 award will allow the company to offer critical mission support for integrated professional services.

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GSA Chief Emily Murphy Moves to Make Federal Resources Available to Biden Transition Team

Emily Murphy Administrator GSA

The General Services Administration has informed President-elect Joe Biden through a letter that GSA will now make federal resources and services available to help facilitate the presidential transition, The Wall Street Journal reported Monday. In an ascertainment letter obtained by the publication, GSA Administrator Emily Murphy said the agency will provide $6.3M in government funds to help the Biden transition team implement the provisions of the Presidential Transition Act of 1963.

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Report: GSA Finalizes Transportation Service Contract Awards to Uber, Lyft

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The General Services Administration has finalized the award of a potential $810M governmentwide transportation contract to Uber Technologies (NYSE: UBER) and Lyft, Reuters reported Monday. Both companies can start offering ride-hail services to federal employees and contractors nationwide under the five-year deal.

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