Office of Integrated Technology Services
Headed by Assistant Commissioner Mary Davie, the Office of Integrated Technology Services within the Federal Acquisition Service is responsible for providing access to best-value information technology (IT) and telecommunications products, services, and solutions to federal, state, local, and tribal government organizations.
Supports government’s ability to save money on technology and reduces procurement time
ITS's contracts reduce or remove the need for government agencies to duplicate acquisition efforts so they can focus on their core missions. Our programs are designed to speed up the acquisition cycle and harness the government's buying power to help government save money on the technology that they need.
ITS also leads initiatives to research emerging technologies that may help or impact the federal government's priorities and objectives. ITS's vision is to excel at providing customers easy access to IT solutions through quality industry partners to fulfill government mission requirements.
Listed below are the groups that report to the Assistant Commissioner:
Office of Strategic Programs (OSP)
Mark Day, director, oversees the Center for Governmentwide Acquisition Contracts (GWACs) programs and the Center for Strategic Solutions and Security Services. He is responsible for these purchasing programs: Alliant, Alliant SB, Sec8aII STARS, the Risk Management Framework (RMF) BPAs, the managed service US Access Fedidcard, and several federal strategic sourcing initiatives (FSSI) such as the Cloud IaaS and EaaS BPAs, the IT Commodity Buy program, and SmartBUY.
Office of Network Services Programs
Frank Tiller, acting director, oversees Networx, Federal Relay, Connections II, Custom SATCOM Solutions (CS2) and Custom SATCOM Solutions–Small Business (CS2-SB), Local telecommunications services contracts, and program leadership across the 11 regional Network Services organizations.
Office of Acquisition Operations
Michael McFarland, director, oversees acquisition activities.
Office of Planning and Portfolio Management
Mary Portko, director, oversees offices that assist the ITS business portfolios by providing software development, website management, and social media and communications support. It also enhances customer engagement, conducts surveys and publishes statistical reports and metrics.
Management and Program Support
Headed by Kim Walton, this group supports the ITS business portfolios listed above with facilities management, human resource activities, managing the HSPD-12 card badging process, and more.
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