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Profiles in Excellence: Interview with Lisa Martin of Embrace Communications

The Strategic Partner of the Year, Lisa Martin of Embrace Communications, is a small business member of GTSC. She was selected because she too saw that COVID-19 would considerably change the way nonprofits do business and that the “in-person” event model would not be sustainable at least for 2020.

New DHS S&T Funding Opportunities Available for First Responder Technology R&D

S&T is seeking a partner to design new law enforcement safety gear that could be used while managing crowds, including proposed solutions for clothing, accessories and devices.

DHS Budget: Coast Guard Proposal Includes Cutter Funding, Cyber Readiness

The Coast Guard budget request comes in at $13.1 billion, slightly more than the $13 billion enacted in fiscal year 2021. In fiscal year 2020, the service saw nearly $12.2 billion in funding.

Biden Increasing Share of Federal Contracts to Small Disadvantaged Businesses

Biden said in his remarks at the Tulsa race massacre commemoration that "small businesses are the engines of our economy and the glue of our communities."

After COVID Delay, NITAAC Releases Long-Awaited RFP for CIO-SP4

The Chief Information Officer-Solutions and Partners 4 (CIO-SP4) GWAC is a five-year, indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contract with a $50 billion ceiling and a five-year option. The deadline for proposals is June 28.

USCIS Announces Open Application Period for Citizenship and Integration Grant Program

These competitive grant opportunities are open to organizations that prepare lawful permanent residents for naturalization and promote civic integration through increased knowledge of English, U.S. history, and civics.

COVID Causes Delay in CIO-SP4; Goodger Says RFP Coming Soon

NITAAC Acting Director Brian Goodger said today that the eagerly awaited request for proposal for CIO-SP4 "has been delayed due to events that are, quite simply, out of our control" and the last sign-off needed to post the RFP is expected next week.

DOJ Releases $58 Million in Solicitations to Combat the Distribution of Illicit Drugs and Improve Officer Wellness

The Justice Department announced today that the Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS Office) has released approximately $58 million in three grant solicitations that will advance community policing.
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