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FCW : June 15, 2014
Trending will be invested by agencies this year in unclassi ed cybersecurity research $1.5B 8 June 15, 2014 FCW.COM President Barack Obama nominated Shaun Donovan to be his next Of ce of Management and Budget director. Donovan, who has served as secre- tary of Housing and Urban Development through- out Obama s presidency, would replace Sylvia Mathews Burwell, who has been tapped to lead the Department of Health and Human Services. Former Defense Department executive David Wennergren is leaving his job as a vice president in the enterprise services group at CACI to become senior vice president for technology policy at the Professional Services Council. The General Services Administra- tion s Mary Davie is the recipient of this year s John J. Franke Award from ACT-IAC. Davie, assistant com- missioner for the Of ce of Integrated Technology Services in GSA s Feder- al Acquisition Service, accepted the award at the organization s Manage- ment of Change Conference in May. David McClure, associate admin- istrator of GSA s Of ce of Citizen Ser- vices and Innovative Technologies and the winner of last year s Franke Award, praised Davie for her collabora- tive approach, commit- ment to staff and willing- ness to take risks. Obama tapped Kristie Canegallo, an adviser to White House chief of staff Denis McDonough, to supervise management of the HealthCare.gov website, overall implementation of the 2010 health care law and efforts to reform how the fed- eral government procures technology. Terry Halvorsen left his post as Navy CIO to be acting CIO at DOD. He takes over for Teri Takai, who left the department in early May. Treasury Department CIO Robyn East is retiring after three years on the job. Deputy CIO Mike Parker will take over in an acting capacity. --- FCW staff FCW Insider: People on the move The General Services Administration made 225 awards to 74 vendors under its huge multiple-award professional services contract vehicle in May. Now everyone is waiting to see who les a protest. The areas covered by the $60 billion One Acquisition Solution for Integrat- ed Services (OASIS) contract include management consulting, program man- agement, nancial management, engi- neering and scienti c services. Among the 74 unrestricted OASIS awardees were Boeing, Booz Allen Hamilton, CGI Federal, Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman and Sci- ence Applications International Corp. However, an industry source noted that some high-pro le IT vendors were absent from the list, including Hewlett- Packard and General Dynamics Infor- mation Technology. Anticipating protests, GSA said in its award announcement to vendors that notices to unsuccessful bidders would go out in the next three days. "If any offeror feels an error has been made in the evaluation of their offer, they are encouraged to contact the contracting of cer PRIOR to ling a protest," the notice states. "Protests are expensive to both the offeror and the government. Where possible and warranted, the government would like to take measures to ensure all offerors are treated fairly and consistently with- out the need for protests." The industry source said that by using written debrie ngs instead of face-to-face meetings with unsuccess- ful offerors, GSA was virtually guar- anteeing protests that would freeze OASIS progress until they are resolved. OASIS faced a number of protests before the contracts were awarded. The Government Accountability Of ce denied the nal protest in January. --- Mark Rockwell GSA stands by for OASIS protests INK TANK Mary Davie
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