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GSA extends e-commerce deadline

The US General Services Administration (GSA) has extended the request for proposal (RFP) deadline for its Federal e-commerce platform initiative…

GSA issues draft solicitation for e-commerce platforms

The US General Services Administration (GSA) has published a draft request for proposal (RFP) for the initial proof of concept…

GSA e-commerce report delayed

A Congressional report on Phase 2 of the use of commercial e-commerce platforms for US Federal purchasing has been pushed…

GSA provides e-commerce update

One month before it is due to submit a report to Congress on its federal e-commerce marketplace initiative, the US…

Amazon trumpets its small business benefits

Amazon has just released a report showing how it supports small businesses across the world, especially in the US –…

Analysis: The GSA’s broad e-commerce approach

In March 2018, the US General Service Administration (GSA) revealed its implementation plan for the establishment of a commercial e-commerce…

US federal e-commerce plan revealed

The US General Services Administration (GSA) and the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) have issued their joint implementation plan…

Decision time for GSA online procurement solution

The US General Services Administration (GSA) is due to present its plans for the implementation of commercially available online marketplaces…

Office Depot SVP of Finance resigns | SP Richards consolidates Richmond location | Alibaba...

A round-up of this week’s office products, business supplies and stationery news from around the web and elsewhere. Office Depot SVP…

GSA reopens Schedule 75

As announced at the end of 2016, the US General Services Administration (GSA) has finally reopened its Multiple Award Schedule…

Analysis: All hands to the pump

You would be forgiven for wondering what the connection is between the approval of the 2018 National Defense Authorization Act…

Suspension for China Stationery | Smiggle to pass A$450 million mark | Iron Mountain...

A round-up of this week’s office products, business supplies and stationery news from around the web and elsewhere.China Stationery is…

Grainger renews government contract

MRO supplier Grainger has been awarded a contract that enables it to continue selling to US federal government customers for…

Hot Topic: The missing link?

If you’re a reader of any business publications, you can’t fail to have noticed the recent gazillion articles either heralding…

Good start to 2017 for EPIC Business Essentials

The EPIC Business Essentials (EPIC) national and regional account sales organisation has announced record results for the first quarter of…

When is ‘re-opening’ a GSA Schedule really closing a market channel for commercial and...

In 2010, the Federal Acquisition Service (FAS), in the name of “Demand Management” closed Multiple Award Schedule (MAS) 75 –…

US federal government reopens Schedule 75 plans

The General Services Administration (GSA) has called for industry feedback on plans to reopen an acquisition vehicle for office products and…

Cleansing the office

By 2020, millennials will make up 50% of the global workforce. Like their parents' generation – the baby boomers – this…

Hot Topic: Schedule 75

The ability of small businesses to sell office supplies to the US federal government has been the subject of some controversy…

GSA pricing proposal seen as “death spiral”

In a recent blog, the Coalition’s President Roger Waldron expressed his worries, stating:“A system that seeks to drive down pricing…

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Icahn publishes letter to HP shareholders

Activist investor Carl Icahn has written an open letter to the shareholders of HP Inc, likening the company’s standalone restructuring…