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GovCyberHub: NIST, NSA, DOD, or HHS – which zero trust recommendation makes the most sense?

“In fact, multiple zero trust recommendations, documents, and frameworks have been issued across the government even before the executive order. What separates these disparate documents, and which one should government agencies follow as they implement a zero trust architecture within their IT organization? To answer these questions, we recently...

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Nextgov: Coast Guard Deploys COVID-19 Data Visualization Tools to Manage Workforce, Operational Readiness

“’The pandemic impact to the USCG is widespread and touches all aspects of USCG’s responsibilities of maritime safety, security, and stewardship in U.S. ports and inland waterways,’ officials noted in privacy impact assessment published Wednesday. As the pandemic spread, the Coast Guard developed the COVID-19 Operational Software Suite to...

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The Coalition for Government Procurement: New Administration, New GSA Administrator, and Acquisition Opportunities: Making Cost-Reimbursement Task Orders Part of the MAS Program

“It is important to note that no additional legislative authorization is needed to add cost reimbursement capabilities to the MAS program.  GSA, as the administrator of the program, already possesses the authority to expand it.  The primary statutory authorities for the MAS program are 41 U.S.C. § 152(3) (Competitive...

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PSI Acquires ProSphere, adds expertise in network/cloud operations and large-scale customer service centers

Though largely Federal health focused, the news that this leading provider of enterprise IT solutions and services to the Federal Government has acquired this service-disabled Veteran-owned IT services provider and CIO-SP3 SB Prime, adding capabilities in cyber security, expertise in network/cloud operations and large-scale customer service centers, will be...

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Update: Decision released in protest denial of DHS ICE analytical services task

“DIGEST – 1. Protest alleging that agency conducted unequal discussions during oral presentation portion of the procurement is denied where the exchanges between the agency and the vendors amounted to clarifications and where the awardee did not revise or modify its quotation. 2. Protest challenging the agency’s evaluation of...

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FedScoop: TTS awards 4 contracts for governmentwide agile services

“The General Services Administration’s Technology Transformation Services awarded blanket purchase agreements (BPAs) to four tech companies to streamline governmentwide procurement of agile development and IT support services. Together the BPAs comprise the TTS Organization’s Transformation Agile Lifecycle (TOTAL) and allow TTS to issue task orders on behalf of other...

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