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PERSPECTIVE: Overcoming Political and Technical Barriers to Deploy a Collaboration Platform for the U.S. Military

Current solutions were developed decades ago. They’re essentially designed for the last war.

Biden Signs Executive Order to Prohibit U.S. Government Use of Commercial Spyware That Poses Risks to National Security

The Executive Order applies to U.S. federal government departments and agencies, including those engaged in law enforcement, defense, or intelligence activities, and encompasses spyware tools furnished by foreign or domestic commercial entities.

SAIC to Sell Logistics and Supply Chain Management Business to ASRC Federal

SAIC will concentrate resources on its Secure Cloud, Enterprise IT and Systems Integration & Delivery business units.

NUSTL Seeks Industry Info on AI-Facilitated Emergency Medical Services Call Center Software

This information is being sought for the DHS S&T’s System Assessment and Validation for Emergency Responders (SAVER) program.

DARPA to Hold Pipelined Reasoning Of Verifiers Enabling Robust Systems (PROVERS) Proposers Day

The PROVERS program will develop formal methods tools fully integrated into pipelined software development and maintenance processes to enable higher levels of assurance that software systems are free of certain defects or security issues.

U.S. Coast Guard to Host Webinar on Buy Better Revolution

It will change how the USCG obtains goods and services and will address all aspects of the lifecycle from initial request to final disposal. 

USCIS to Host Third Quarter Conference Call with Industry

USCIS strongly encourages all vendors to submit any and all questions in advance of the quarterly calls.  USCIS will answer pre-submitted questions during the call.
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