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Interim Rule Being Issued by GSA, DoD, and NASA

FAR Case 2018-017, Prohibition on Contracting for Certain Telecommunications and Video Surveillance Services or Equipment, which implements section 889(a)(1)(A) of the John S. McCain National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2019, has been submitted to the Office of Federal Register for publication on or before August 13, 2019. 
 
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IMPORTANT UPDATE: GSA Publishes GSAR Final Rule for Commercial Supplier Agreements (CSAs) on Federal Register

Today, the General Services Administration (GSA) published a final rule to amend the General Services Administration Acquisition Regulation (GSAR) to address common Commercial Supplier Agreement terms that are inconsistent with, or create ambiguity with, Federal Law. The rule addresses these common unenforceable terms within GSA deviated Commercial Items Clause 552.212-4.

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Upcoming FY16 requirements

Industry has spoken and the Goverment is listening. We are working hard to publish forecasted requirements. Attached you will find some of our end of year requirements expected to be procured in the next month by COB-SA, COB-FC or USAMRAA. Some may be in the works and near award (sorry).  As I mentioned during the DHITS symposium, I am committed to improving this process in FY17.

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Defense Health Agency (DHA) Health Information Technology -- DHA/GSA Partnership

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This represents a community where customers and industry can engage and discuss Health Information Technology related topics and issues. This will serve as a forum where the Health IT community can share ideas on how to create stronger contracts, understand issues affecting health IT further, communicate, and continue to grow and build the vendor base in this emerging market. The group will be jointly managed by the DHA Program Management Office and GSA.

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Reuse is recycling! Commit to Sustainability beyond Earth Month with the Help of GSA’s Green Programs!

Transfer your unneeded federally-owned personal property to other federal agencies, state and local agencies and qualified non-federal organizations through GSAXcess®, a totally web enabled system for reporting and screening/acquiring available excess property.  Furniture, motor vehicles, hardware, computers, office machines and more can be transferred through this user-friendly tool.  In FY 2012 alone, the federal government reused over 67,000 line items totaling over $1.9B, giving the property new life while stretching the tax

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