HHS partners with DISA on assured identity biometric login system

DISA's Assured Identity program is catching on with HHS for potential use with first responders and other health care workers.

modernization news

NGA inks $824 million modernization deal with Perspecta

by Jackson Barnett • 3 days ago

The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency signed a deal with Perspecta for a wide range of enterprise engineering.

FedBizOpps to be shut down by year’s end so a new awards site may rise

by Dave Nyczepir • 3 days ago

Nine other legacy systems will be consolidated within the streamlined beta.SAM.gov.

How to keep enterprise-IT-as-a-service networks agile and secure

by FedScoop Staff • 4 days ago

With 70 percent of the Army’s networking gear reaching end-of-life service, IT experts say open networking standards will play key role to getting best of breed solutions.

DOD establishing a director role to lead 5G development

by Jackson Barnett • 5 days ago

The position will oversee a new Pentagon initiative to support 5G development.

DHS may change how it staffs its Security Operations Centers

by Dave Nyczepir • 1 week ago

Rather than have each SOC contract independently for staff services, a multiple-award contract vehicle would be used.

Can AI predict if a contractor will deliver? DHS plans to find out

by Dave Nyczepir • 1 week ago

The department wants to automate the process of pulling relevant data from its contract performance assessment system.

Bug bounty finds 54 flaws in Air Force’s new cloud system

by Jackson Barnett • 1 week ago

The largest payout from the bug bounty totaled $20,000.

Report: Mass data fragmentation limiting agencies’ cloud benefits

by Dave Nyczepir • 2 weeks ago

Seventy-one percent of public sector respondents felt efficiencies, savings and analytics insights hadn't been fully realized due to fragmentation.

NASA wants government to stay on top of mobile policies

by Dave Nyczepir • 2 weeks ago

Secure mobile communication systems are critical to the agency's missions to put a crew on the moon by 2024 and assist with emergency management.

NASA looks to AI, cloud for next iteration of administrative IT contract

by Jackson Barnett • 2 weeks ago

New additions to the PACE V contract would be AI, machine learning, cloud services, software development and more.

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