Government agencies are now required to comply with new business processes that adhere to OMB guidance on the use of category management and Best-in-Class contracts. These BIC vehicles are expected to eliminate redundancies in contracting, improve efficiency, and bring more value and savings from acquisition programs.
Preparing for the implementation of OMB M-19-13 will impact your business as government agencies must now demonstrate and manage the way they carry out procurement of good and services. Contractors must understand and adapt to how the government will acquire services to maintain current business and pursue new opportunities.
Access the On-demand Webinar featuring guest speakers, Amy Fadida of A.M Fadida Consulting and Tom Sharpe of Onetegrity as we explore and discuss the OMB Memo and what you should do to prepare for the new changes.
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President and CEO, A.M. Fadida Consulting
A.M. Fadida Consulting specializes in strategic management, business development and organizational effectiveness, advising business owners/senior executives on making winning decisions in a rapidly changing marketplace; services include organizational assessments, recommendations for improved performance, developing strategies/tactics to win today while positioning for the future, guidance on anticipating/directing change, building strategic partnerships/ alliances.
Amy has been an active member in the federal community for 40 years,serving in executive management positions in telecommunications service provider, IT professional services and SI firms. Since 1997, she has owned and operated a WOSB specializing in helping clients forge strategic relationships and build new business in support of the business of Government.
Co-Founder, Onetegrity, LLC
Onetegrity advises private companies supporting public missions; provides executive advice for leaders; and offers deep expertise in strategic planning, governance, change management and extramural spend management to public missions. Tom is the former Commissioner of the General Services Administration’s Federal Acquisition Service. Prior to joining GSA, he had been the senior executive responsible for procurement policy across the US Department of Treasury. Tom’s background includes being a consulting principal with IBM Global Services.