Given the rapid pace of innovation in information technology, IT acquisition poses a unique challenge to federal procurement offices, whose job it is to maximize competition among suppliers and to ensure that the government achieves the highest possible value for IT products and services. New survey findings show that federal acquisition regulations are oftentimes misused or ignored for a variety of reasons, a trend that could lead to wasteful spending and undermine public trust in the process.
Download this GBC Insight Report to learn:
- Why your agency's IT procurement process might not be as competitive as you think it is
- What brand-specific sourcing is and why over a quarter say their agency uses it inappropriately
- Whether federal leaders believe that the acquisition workforce has the skills and technical expertise necessary to maximize value in IT procurement