Join the ACT-IAC Acquisition Community of Interest (COI) to hear from John Radziszewski, Director of IT Vendor Management Office (ITVMO), General Services Administration’s Office of Information Technology Category, on the new governmentwide program to improve acquisition intelligence to advance category and vendor management principles. You’re invited to learn about how the program will support agencies and industry with more effective and efficient IT and acquisition intelligence to inform and support faster, smarter IT buying decisions. You’ll also hear about new opportunities to share ideas on ways to improve government/industry collaboration.
The ITVMO was established in October 2020 by the Office of Management Budget in partnership with GSA, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, the National Institutes of Health, and the Department of Defense to serve as a trusted independent advisor and advocate to help agencies buy common IT goods and services in compliance with procurement laws. The ITVMO has five areas of focus: Data Analytics, IT Acquisition Subject Matter Expertise, IT BIC Support, SCRM Support, and Vendor Relationship Management. As a one stop shop, the ITVMO will leverage governmentwide IT procurement data, conduct market research, and develop shared agency acquisition knowledge to support agencies in procurement decisions.
About the Speaker
John Radziszewski, Director, IT Vendor Management Office
John has been with GSA since August of 2015 and has recently been selected as the Director of the Federal IT Vendor Management Office. Prior to this role John was the Director of IT Products where he managed the Software and Hardware Categories. John is one of the Category Management (CM) strategy thought leaders for FAS/ITC and has been working closely with senior leadership to develop CM strategies around new software policy and reporting mandates. John was also assigned as the co-chair of the Government-wide Enterprise Software Category Team (ESCT) for the purpose of initiating the Government-wide Software Category Initiatives.
John began his career by serving 23 years in the U.S. Coast Guard, retiring in 2001 as a LCDR where he served in a variety of technical and software engineering positions receiving numerous awards and commendations for his work related to Coast Guard and DOT IT Systems. He was also with Northrop Grumman for 8 years, where he served as Director, C2 Global Systems. Later, he joined QinetiQ-NA in the Fall of 2009 and served as Executive Vice President and General Manager of the Systems Engineering Business Unit.
John earned his Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology undergraduate degree from the Wentworth Institute of Technology in 1992 and went on to gain a MS in Information Systems Management from The George Washington University in 1996.
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