GWACs are the "mother" of all strategic sourcing vehicles

Robert Coen

How do GWACs assist government agencies and streamline IT processes - what's the benefit here? GWACs (Government wide Acquisition Contracts) are task or delivery order contracts operated only by Office of Management and Budget designated Executive Agents pursuant to section 5112(e) of the Clinger-Coen Act of 1996. Currently, only 3 agencies have this Executive Agent Status – NIH, NASA and GSA. Clinger-Cohen shifted the responsibility of improving the acquisition and use of informatio...
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