18F puts Agile BPA into action

General Services AdministrationThe General Services Administration’s tech consultancy team, 18F, is ready to put the new Agile Blanket Purchase Agreement, or BPA, to the test.

NextGov reports that the agency, having finally awarded spots on the agreement to 17 firms who showed competency in digital development, is looking to make the FedRAMP process more transparent:

This week, 18F posted a draft request-for-quotations on its first project, a site that would show cloud vendors’ progress as they undergo the FedRAMP certification process.

The dashboard is designed to show which vendors are working on their certification and what services they offer, and to help agencies compare their services and vendors to those being used at other agencies, the draft says.

Read the full post: Agile BPA’s first project: Making RedRAMP more transparent | NextGov

2017-04-23T23:02:39-08:00 March 22nd, 2016|Categories: Agile government, General Services Administration|Tags: |

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