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Keith Nakasone Details Inclusion of CMMC Requirements in GSA Contract Vehicles

Keith Nakasone Deputy Asst. Commissioner GSA Office of IT Category

Keith Nakasone, deputy assistant commissioner for acquisition in the General Services Administration's Office of IT Category, has clarified in a video interview that GSA will apply the Department of Defense's Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification requirements into new governmentwide acquisition contract vehicles at the order level.

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Keith Nakasone: GSA to Continue Adding Cyber Requirements Into GWACs

Keith Nakasone Deputy Asst Commissioner GSA

Keith Nakasone, deputy assistant commissioner for acquisition within the General Services Administration’s office of information technology category, said GSA will continue to integrate cybersecurity requirements into governmentwide acquisition contracts to help ensure the security of sensitive data, FedScoop reported Wednesday.

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GSA Releases 8(a) STARS III GWAC RFP; Emily Murphy Quoted

Emily Murphy Administrator GSA

The General Services Administration has issued the solicitation for the 8(a) STARS III governmentwide acquisition contract, the agency announced Monday. “I am very proud of GSA’s work in developing the STARS III GWAC with a contract ceiling of $50 billion, more than twice the size of STARS II,” said Emily Murphy, administrator of GSA and 2020 Wash100 awardee.

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GSA Eyes New Strategy for Small Business IT GWACs; Laura Stanton Quoted

Laura Stanton Acting Asst Commissioner GSA

The General Services Administration has dropped its solicitation for the Alliant 2 Small Business contract vehicle and announced plans to implement a new approach to its governmentwide acquisition contracts for small businesses to meet the federal government’s evolving information technology needs and security threats.

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T and T Consulting Services Gets $79M Labor Dept IT Support Task Order

T and T Consulting Services has received a potential $79.2M task order from the Department of Labor to provide information technology support services for the office of workers’ compensation programs. An award notice posted Monday says the task order was competed and awarded through the General Services Administration's 8(a) Streamlined Technology Acquisition Resources for Services II governmentwide acquisition contract.

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