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GAO Brings Bid Protest Online With New Docketing System

The new electronic bid system is designed to provide a more efficient process for all participants, providing real-time notice to federal agencies of new protest filings as well as notice to all parties to a protest of subsequent protest filings.

White House Homeland Security Advisor Tom Bossert Resigns

Bossert oversaw the White House's cybersecurity work, and was considered a key figure in responding to cyber attacks from Russia, Iran and North Korea.

FBI Raids Offices of Trump’s Personal Lawyer Michael Cohen

The raid on Cohen's office originated from the U.S. Attorney's Office in New York, and was based at least partly on a referral from Mueller, according to Cohen's lawyer Stephen Ryan.

Hurricane Assistance Program Launched for People Who Might Need Extra Help

The STEAR program (State of Texas Emergency Assistance Registry) has been designed to provide local emergency planners and responders with additional information on the needs in their community.

Maryland Emergency Managers Promote Severe Storms Awareness Week

Week promotes awareness and preparedness during spring when Maryland is at particularly high risk of experiencing heavy rain, severe storms, flooding and tornadoes, hail and lightning.

ODNI Report: Security Clearance Eligibility Declined 4 Percent in 2016

The report also pointed out that IC agencies are still facing a significant backlog for periodic reinvestigation, partly caused by the limited number of background investigators available.

FBI Says Tech Support Fraud Has Increased by 86 Percent

Tech support fraud is where criminals pretend to be offering legitimate services such as resolving malware issues or renewing software licenses in exchange for payment.

Sessions Announces Zero-Tolerance Policy for Illegal Border Crossings

DHS figures revealed that there has been a 37 percent increase in illegal border crossings in March, compared to February, but a 203 percent increase compared to March 2017. 
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