nGAP is pleased to announce an exciting enhancement to the OAS product - Concurrent Contract Modification (CCM)Full Article
OAS Enterprise (OAS) features support the complex needs of even our largest customers. However, because many of these features are often built in, automated, or simply easy to use, their importance can be easily underestimated.
October 20, 2017
With new opportunities continually presenting themselves across an increasing set of foreign countries, nGAP recognizes the need to find good people with backgrounds in Information Technology and Business Development that also have the skills to work in diverse multi-cultural environments.
March 31, 2017
nGAP Incorporated announces an initiative to introduce its OAS procurement management solution in Brazil. Our Brazilian partners reflect OAS’ strong commitments to security, management, transparency, and accountability.
January 31, 2017
OAS is being implemented at the Secretary of Education and Culture (SEC), Sonora, Mexico. The SEC is the state of Sonora’s Department of Education and Culture, and supports over 4,500 schools and 3 universities.
May 31, 2016
The United States Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) held an industry day on April 6 at their Fisher Lane Conference Center in Rockville MD. HHS manages many of America’s largest and most important agencies.
April 12, 2016
nGAP announces the fulfillment of its vision for comprehensive acquisition lifecycle management. The Open Acquisition System (OAS) is now OAS Enterprise.
December 15, 2015
When nGAP introduced the Open Acquisition System (OAS) nearly a decade ago, reduced transaction time and related savings were our major marketing focus.
May 05, 2015
While Federal Government audit reports consistently reveal significant and repetitive failure to comply with existing law and policies on purchase card misuse, the private sector has been far more active in benchmarking and implementing preventative measures and best practices.
February 23, 2015
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Inspector General released a report titled Ineffective Oversight of Purchase Cards Results in Inappropriate Purchases at EPA (Report No. 14-P-0128, of March 4, 2014.)
November 12, 2014
An October 30th newsletter from NBC News 4 I-Team in Washington, D.C. provided yet another view on wasteful and inappropriate government spending. While wasteful spending is often linked to billion dollar software fiascos or $600 hammers, this article had a different focus.
November 10, 2014
Level III data is a great tool for minimizing Purchase Card fraud and misuse. Since Purchase Cards are generally used by government, or corporations for B2B payments, losses due to scammers using stolen card information are pretty rare.
October 21, 2014
nGAP has prepared an overview presentation to show OAS is synonymous with accountability. It is in everything we do, starting with how OAS is structured to how OAS reports support every activity in an acquisition’s lifecycle.
September 12, 2014