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The National Institute of Health’s Information Technology Acquisition and Assessment Center is paring back the prices by as much as 35 percent.
The tool does not guarantee the lowest price for a contract—just ask small construction firms.
Each deal produces competition and pricing data for the buyer to use in future decision-making.
Agencies must share control of purchasing, says report reinforcing Obama’s move to centralized category management.
GAO cites 21 percent growth since 2008; says skill gaps loom.
A recent Professional Services Council survey found only 8 percent of federal CIOs progressed as much as they wanted to with cloud-based technology.
Because of OPM's missteps, "millions of taxpayer dollars were put at risk for waste or loss" the IG says.
New guiding principles and actions aim to boost the performance of federal technology for all agencies.
Category management affects CIOs and program offices too.