Air Force, AT&T building ‘smart base of the future’ out of devastated Florida installation
Tyndall Air Force Base, which suffered extreme structural damage from Hurricane Michael's Category 5 winds in October 2018, will get 5G service sometime in early 2020.
DOD wants an alternative to traditional cloud access points
The Defense Innovation Unit it looking to the bright minds in Silicon Valley for an alternative cloud security gateway.
GSA begins modernization of backend procurement systems with COMET
GSA awarded 12 spots on the COMET blanket purchase agreement to eight large and four small businesses, one of the latter being national security contractor Sevatec, according to an agency spokesperson.
Govplace wins $109M USCIS cloud contract, survives protest
Govplace won the contract back in July, but it was since protested.
AWS files protest of JEDI award in federal claims court
The company submitted a pre-filing notice with the Court of Federal Claims last Friday, according to an AWS spokesperson.
OMB’s shared services effort will take years to yield results
Planning around transitioning agencies to modern grants management systems is already delayed.
Centers of Excellence program issues two new RFIs for OPM modernization
The group is working to modernize OPM's Federal Annuity Claims Expert System (FACES) with a new web app and calculator.
NOAA accelerating cloud migration with $144M BPA
The agency will use the CloudForte IaaS, PaaS and SaaS solution from Unisys, an IT company it's done cloud work with before.
FedBizOpps retires Tuesday
The award system is being retired with nine others over time as the General Services Administration streamlines acquisitions through a single beta system.
Contractors seek supply chain clarity ahead of full federal ban on Huawei, ZTE
Vendors want to know what products and companies will be covered by GSA's latest supply chain prohibition aimed at curbing Chinese economic espionage.