Federal technology news and events by David Stegon
Joe Jordan, administrator of federal procurement policy at the White House, discussed RFP-EZ at FedScoop’s fifth annual Lowering the Cost of Government with IT on Aug. 22. (Photo: FedScoop)
One of the projects of the White House’s Presidential Innovation Fellows program was RFP-EZ, which aimed to make it easier for federal agencies to acquire goods and services by simplifying the request for proposal system.
The question, though, is how much did it actually help.