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FedScoop: GSA’s Murphy doubles down on reform efficiencies to drive transformation

“With the federal government poised for one of the largest technology transformations in its history, Administrator Emily Murphy’s plan for the General Services Administration is simple in its definition, if not its execution: streamlined processes leveraged by technology to uncover new efficiencies and resources.” “One case study underway is...

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Director of DOJ’s Office of Information Technology Talks about FOIA Technology Portal

“Earlier this year, Justice, with help from 18F, launched a one-stop shop where requesters can file FOIA submissions through a new online portal. The FOIA Advisory Committee also recently finalized its recommendations for agencies during its 2016 to 2018 term, many of which centered on process management, proactive disclosure...

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FCW: Big Ticket merger won’t affect GSA EIS contract

“The recently announced $33 billion merger between Harris Corp. and L3 won’t affect the federal government’s emerging next-generation telecommunications contract, according to the companies and observers.” “Harris is one of nine contractors for the General Services Administration’s 15-year, $50 billion Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions contract.” “The Harris-L3 merger, procurement industry...

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Federal News Network: DHS to use federal procurement to further reduce risks to the supply chain

“The White House’s National Cyber Strategy gave a brief mention to supply chain risk management, saying the government should “improve awareness of supply chain threats and reduce duplicative supply chain activities within the United States government, including by creating a supply chain risk assessment shared service.” But it offered...

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NextGov: CBP acquisition official says No Easy Fix for Silicon Valley Angst About Government Contracts

“The issue has made it particularly difficult to attract fresh ideas from innovation hubs such as Silicon Valley, Mark Borkowski, an assistant commissioner who leads Customs and Border Protection’s acquisitions office, said during a panel discussion at Government Executive Media Group’s Fedstival conference last week.” “It’s a huge issue...

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USDA-NASS CTO on whether Artificial Intelligence (AI) can Automate Information Security

“… We have gone from centralized and controlled computing environments to decentralized, uncontrolled and distributed computing environments. Data is everywhere. The challenge is whether we can guarantee confidentiality, integrity and availability (CIA) of the data.  Can automation, machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI) help in any way? “ “The...

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Nextgov: FBI Drops Full and Open Competition for $5 Billion IT Recompete

“Rather than hold a full and open competition for spots on the Information Technology Supplies and Support Services contract, also known as ITSSS or IT Triple-S, the bureau announced Friday that spots will be awarded to vendors that already hold contracts on the General Services Administration’s IT Schedule 70.”...

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Protest of $160M DHS Managed Compliance Services 2.0 award Dismissed

The lone protest related to the recompete of this large Cyber Security contract, intended to deliver flexible ‘as a Service’ support to assist DHS’ Risk Management Division (RMD) in providing security services to systems within DHS HQ and other component environments, has been marked as dismissed.

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Nextgov: DHS Funds Airport Navigation App that Guides You from Check-in to Gate

“The Homeland Security Department is investing in technology that helps air travelers navigate airport security and gives federal agents a direct line of communication with passengers.” “The agency’s Science and Technology Directorate awarded a nearly $120,000 contract to LocusLabs to adapt their airport navigation application for Transportation Security Administration...

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