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Presidential Transition Directory
January 20, 2001 ushers in a new Presidential Administration. This helpful transition directory has everything -- agency mission statements, organization charts, and strategic plans, employment information, travel rules, legal and ethical standards. Most everyone knows IRS and VA, but what about AARCC, ABMC, and ACF? Thankfully for new comers and old hands alike, it has a full list of government acronyms and abbreviations. Has Procurement
Tools To Save Agencies Money

The first auction under the General Services Administration's program saved its government customer -- the Defense Finance and Accounting Agency -- $2 million. This site has tools to help agencies buy what they need at the best price -- private reverse auctions, volume purchasing (called eFAST), and Quick Quotes. If you buy for the government, or sell to the government, take a look.

GSA Schedules Online 24/7
If your business or agency is looking for an online library of GSA schedules, then your search has ended. The General Services Administration makes the latest contract award information and its schedules available in the new, centralized Schedules E-Library. It's updated daily and available 24 hours a day. Use the search engine to search by keyword, schedule number, special item number, contractor name and contract number. After looking, authorized government buyers can place their orders on GSA Advantage!

Pilot Program Shares the Cost of
Personal Cell Phones for Government Use

This is not government business as usual. The Federal Aviation Administration Logistics Center in Oklahoma City is giving a choice to employees who use mobile communications. Use a government-owned phone/pager or use your privately-owned phone and get reimbursed at a flat payment rate, much like the reimbursement for using your car for government business. It saves money and workers like it.

VA Shares Its Virtual Learning Center with Other Agencies
The Department of Veterans Affairs has produced an online database with shared innovations, best practices, and lessons learned from 173 VA medical centers and 600 clinics. Now your agency employees can learn from it and add their own good ideas.