@FedCFO Twitter Feed
Wednesday, September 07, 2005
The Office of Management and Budget should perform a broad review of agency procurement plans to determine whether there are needs to consolidate federal acquisition methods, General Services Administration chief Stephen Perry said. As OMB moves ahead with its Line of Business consolidation initiative to streamline how agencies implement human resources, payroll functions and cybersecurity, Perry said acquisition services also should be on the list. “Just as we have Line of Business reviews for various things, including financial management and HR management, we’re proposing there be a governmentwide review of acquisition,” Perry said today at a luncheon sponsored by the American Council for Technology’s Industry Advisory Council.