USDA Distributes over 100,000 BYOD Devices for Federal Employees

GOVERNMENT CONTRACTING TIPS

The United States Department of Agriculture has recently installed over 100,000 federal mobile devices to its employees for their new BYOD (bring-your-own-device) program. Procurement officers can now access their email and view contractors on their federally approved mobile device. In an effort to modernize government marketing, GovKinex has developed a government-formatted website template designed to help businesses reach procurement officers. What makes the design of the government-formatted template so innovative is that it was constructed to be authorized by government firewalls and security measures.

US Federal Contractor Registration’s website development operation GovKinex creates website that are mobile ready for iPhone and Android compatibility. This makes it possible for government contractors to reach procurement officers on every available operating system, no matter what device contracting officers use to access the internet. These websites also allow businesses to market themselves directly to federal buyers. This service is a must have in today’s federal marketplace.

With the incorporation of new GWACs and strategic sourcing contracts, the GSA has proved the pay off would be worth it saving multiple agencies a grand total of $2.5 billion in 2013. Agencies were able to save contracting funds thanks to the GSA’s special purchasing programs used throughout the past year. Strategic sourcing contracts saved federal agencies $650 million alone. In order for businesses to bid on and accept these government contracts they must first be registered in System for Award Management (SAM)..

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