Chief Management Officer, Department of Defense
Administrator, Office of Federal Procurement Policy, OMB
Acting Commissioner, Federal Acquisition Service, General Services Administration
❝Category Management is a real game-changer for government acquisition, and it's an exciting time to be a part of this effort.❞
The Federal Government will buy common goods and services as an enterprise to eliminate redundancies, increase efficiency, and deliver more value and savings from the government’s acquisition programs. By the end of FY 2020, the Government will have achieved $40 billion in savings for taxpayers in five years by applying category management principles—or smart decision-making where agencies buy the same kinds of goods and services through best-value contract solutions—to 60% of common spend. The Government also will reduce duplicative contracts by 50,000, potentially reducing administrative costs by hundreds of millions of dollars. In addition, by the end of FY 2025, 75% of common spend will be through managed solutions while continuing to meet small business objectives.
The Government will not only save taxpayer dollars, but this effort also will improve mission outcomes. For example, this will allow our law enforcement personnel to have easier access to equipment, such as ammunition and body armor, to ensure their safety; medical professionals can order medical supplies through electronic catalogues to save time and focus more on patients; and agencies can buy standardized computers to reduce cyber risk by having greater control over infrastructure and access points.
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July 06, 2020
July 2020 Updates Show Progress on Cross-Agency Priority Goals, Agency Priority Goals & More
Today, we published progress updates for both Cross-Agency Priority (CAP) Goals and Agency Priority Goals (APGs) for the first and second quarter of FY2020. These updates highlight recent milestones and accomplishments as well as related initiatives that support progress towards a more modern and effective government.
January 27, 2020
Submit Your Ideas to Help the Government Leverage Acquisition and Supply Chain Expertise
We want your ideas! Help shape how the government obtains and leverages acquisition and supply chain expertise.