“It means that our customers don’t have to get a PhD in GSA in order to find the solution they want on our contract vehicles,” said Murphy during an interview with Government Matters TV on Sunday. “Right now, with 24 different contract vehicles, we’re forcing agencies to figure out which category does their procurement fit into… what they want is a solution.”
“The last time we tried to do this, we had paper contracts. I don’t want to say our technology is 100 percent of the way there, because it’s never going to be 100 percent of the way there. That’s another area we’re focused on, is evolving the technology that underlies the schedules, but I think we’ve got the right solution in place this time,” said Murphy. She pointed to robotics process automation as an area that GSA is looking toward.” Read the full article here.
Source: GSA Administrator Murphy Details Schedule Consolidation – December3, 2018. MeriTalk.