FedBizOps to Become Sam.gov

August 16, 2019

“Sam” is System for Award Management. The acronym evokes Uncle Sam, a personification of the United States dating from the early 19th century.

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FedBizOps is going away. The new site will be sam.gov. Instead of the confused, often baffling search system, Sam.gov will be more information, more features, and more wonderfulness.

The service will include a search and retrieval system with an advanced search function with drop down boxes. Plus there will be a help function called “Learning Center.” There will also be a “Data Bank” and a “Workspace.”

The idea is that the system will deliver notifications — called “Follow” —about opportunities which work. We assume there will be a way to disable notifications. One annoying notification is not a big deal. But for those who monitor hundreds of notifications, these helpful reminders quickly become a bit of a challenge. Disabling is helpful.

The GSA, which is a unit of the White House, has provided a Transition Fact Sheet and some basic information located on the “Learning Center.”

DarkCyber believes that nothing can replace listening and learning about projects before these are publicly announced. Nevertheless, some organizations rely upon FedBizOps, regardless of its name.

The shift occurs in FY2020.


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