Denise Turner Roth
Turner Roth: 18F hears IG’s concerns but isn’t losing long-term vision
The General Services Administration digital services team 18F will take the advice of a recent inspector general report to re-evaluate its balance of billable and non-billable work, GSA Administrator Denise Turner Roth told FedScoop Thursday.
GSA emphasizes open dialogue, collaboration in tech transformation
The General Services Administration is stressing open dialogue, collaboration and stakeholder engagement early on in its push to become the leader in federal technology transformation.
New GSA framework aims to help agencies make the move to shared services
The General Services Administration introduced a phased framework Wednesday to help agencies ensure success in migrating their missions-support systems to a modernized shared service environment.
White House gets tougher on data centers in new policy
The White House finalized a policy Monday that forbids agencies from budgeting funds toward the creation or expansion of data centers, with few exceptions.
GSA pitches Silicon Valley on federal cyber acquisition
General Services Administration chief Denise Turner Roth is visiting Silicon Valley this week to promote her agency's ongoing acquisition support of federalwide efforts to bolster cybersecurity and encourage innovative startups to take part.
GSA begins hunt for new tech commissioner
The General Services Administration posted an opening Monday on USAJobs.gov for the next commissioner to lead its newly formed Technology Transformation Service.