“The General Services Administration faces significant management challenges—including recovering costs and filling critical positions—as it attempts to become the government’s “premier provider of efficient and effective acquisition,” according to the agency’s inspector general.”
“The agency’s many initiatives to improve procurement have left customers trying to use tools that don’t work and facing delays in critical projects like the transition of agency telecommunications to the Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions contract.”
“The agency reported a net loss of $8 million in 2017 to its Acquisition Services Fund, a revolving fund that is supposed to cover costs and operating expenses of the Federal Acquisition Service’s business units, including the Office of Information Technology Category and the Technology Transformation Services. To better review expenses and billable work, the agency…” Read the full article here.
Source: IG Shines Light On GSA’s Major Management Challenges – By Heather Kuldell, November 4, 2018. Nextgov.