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Congress also took up bills to upgrade the power grid, combat Chinese tech threats and punish robocallers. [Read More]
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The extensions only apply to seven department procurement offices and do not override existing posted amendments. [Read More]
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The company is also responsible for migrating between 20 and 30 apps from the existing platform to the new cloud environment. [Read More]
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The move by the company is "potentially groundbreaking" and an acknowledgment that "government alone cannot really solve" the housing crisis. [Read More]
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Here are three ways to better manage your users. [Read More]
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The move would greatly open the use of small drones but at least one lawmaker is worried about the privacy of people on the ground. [Read More]
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Furloughed agencies are missing out on peak recruiting season for recent and soon-to-be college grads. [Read More]
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The prolonged government shutdown is getting "pretty scary" as the number of federal employees and contractors forced out of work could impact the natio... [Read More]
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The innovation center is looking for partners to help in its efforts to "solve wicked operational problems." [Read More]
A group of shareholders filed a resolution to halt sales until they can consider the tech's societal impact. [Read More]
Local officials are bracing for a confluence of funding crises barrelling toward transit, housing, food assistance, and … well, everything else. [Read More]
The "soft" stuff turns out to be the hard stuff. [Read More]
In the latest episode of Critical Update, we address everything from OTAs to the government shutdown's impact on contracting. [Read More]
Poor credential management could let bad actors enter secure buildings, lock doors and download or change federal employee and contractor data. [Read More]
GSA signaled it is close to issuing a draft request for quotations for the Defense Enterprise Office Solutions contract. [Read More]
It's also left some websites vulnerable to cyber threats. [Read More]
For starters, federal agencies don't need to rush out and hire "super developers." [Read More]
While OPM is closed, the National Background Investigations Bureau continues to chip away at its 600,000-case backlog. [Read More]
State and local governments are among the groups that have objected to the Census asking about citizenship status. [Read More]
The shutdown is having a major effect on government contractors and federal employees alike. [Read More]
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