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June 2022

  • Going Green: June Sustainability and Climate Updates from GSA

    | GSA Blog Team
    Addressing climate change is a triple win for America. For the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA), tackling climate change means:Creating clean energy jobsSaving taxpayer money through reduced...
  • GSA Assists with Critical Transportation of Infant Formula in Partnership with HHS and Other Federal Agencies

    | Crystal Philcox, Assistant Commissioner, Office of Travel, Transportation, and Logistics
    Over the past several months, the Biden-Harris Administration has mobilized to get infant formula back on shelves and address the underlying issues that have contributed to the infant formula shortage...
  • Training Focus: AbilityOne Essentially the Same

    | GSA AbilityOne Representative Team
    Kicking off the month of June, the GSA AbilityOne Representative (ABOR) Team hosted a virtual governmentwide training session. The AbilityOne program provides employment opportunities for people who a...
  • GSA Helps Raise Pride Flag at Federal Buildings

    | GSA Blog Team
    Throughout the month of June, Pride flags are flying above federal facilities across the country to show the federal government's support for LGBTQ+ communities. As one of several ways that GSA is cel...
  • Making Progress on GSA’s Next Generation Services Contract

    | Tiffany T. Hixson, Assistant Commissioner, Office of Professional Services and Human Capital Categories
    On March 2, 2021, GSA began its work to create the next generation contract program for non-IT services. Our market research activities included exhaustive acquisition history and spend analysis, sign...
  • Going Green: Sustainability and Climate Updates from GSA

    | GSA Blog Team
    GSA looks at tackling climate change as an opportunity for a triple win for America: creating clean energy jobs, saving taxpayer money through reduced energy costs, and building a cleaner, healthier,...
  • GSA OSDBU Connects Small Disadvantaged Business Owners to Federal Opportunities

    | Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization

    On May 27, GSA’s Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization hosted their final event in a series of matchmaking events in recognition and support of small disadvantaged business owners. In total, OSDBU hosted 10 events throughout the country, connecting more than 65 SDBs to potential subcontracting opportunities across the federal marketplace.