Trump nominates new chief of federal procurement policy
Michael Wooten is the president's pick to lead the Office of Federal Procurement Policy. He most recently was a procurement adviser at the Department of Education.
How online marketplaces can solve for compliance and transparency issues in government procurement
Op-Ed: Former U.S. Chief Acquisition Officer Anne Rung believes that bringing the simplicity of the consumer online buying experience to government customers will improve transparency and compliance.
Obama acquisition chief: The future of procurement is all about the customer
Anne Rung says the user-focused design the government is pursuing in its procurement and citizen services takes a lot of lessons from the private sector.
As Rung departs, OFPP ‘not slowing down’
Anne Rung, the outgoing administrator of the Office of Federal Procurement Policy, set out a blueprint two years ago of how she intended as the federal chief acquisition officer to transform and simplify the way agencies buy goods and services.
Anne Rung leaving OFPP for Amazon
U.S. Chief Acquisition Officer Anne Rung is leaving government after seven years, an Office of Management and Budget official confirmed to FedScoop.
OMB finalizes plan to save millions on mobile
The Obama administration intends to cut back on the more than $1 billion spent annually on governmentwide mobile devices and services by driving smarter purchasing habits, and reducing fragmentation and duplication of mobile contracts, as directed by a new Office of Management and Budget policy.