System for Award Management (SAM)--creating efficiencies in federal government contracting through the use of streamlining and integration
Lambert, Kishayra J.
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The purpose of this project is to review the legacy federal procurement systems that will be consolidated into SAM. The next step will be to provide an overview of the efficiency gaps with the current legacy procurement systems. This will be followed by an analysis of how SAM will streamline and integrate the legacy systems and an evaluation of the efficiencies created in Federal Government Contracting through the use of SAM. Finally, the author will review additional systems that could be more efficient if they were integrated into SAM and provide research conclusions and recommendations based on that analysis of the existing systems and the capabilities of SAM.
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