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Connolly, Maloney push for $9B boost to Technology Modernization Fund

House Democrats are championing the Biden administration's push for $9 billion in new funding for the Technology Modernization Fund (TMF). In a letter to House leadership, Reps. Carolyn Maloney of N.Y. and Virginia’s Gerry Connolly asked for a $9 billion emergency injection into the TMF under the next COVID-19 relief package. “The federal government’s consistent failure to prioritize IT modernization and program delivery prevented the public from receiving the federal assistance Congress authorized to help the nation stay afloat during one of the worst global pandemics and economic crises of our lifetime,” the members wrote in their letter to leadership. “Without modern and nimble IT systems, the federal government cannot deliver critical payments and services to individuals, families, and businesses who rely on them.” Jackson Barnett has more.

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Air Force wants partners for Platform One

The Air Force wants to bring in non-government partners to help develop its DevSecOps environment, Platform One, through what's known as a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA). Platform One leaders said this week the Air Force hopes to bring more users and technology into the departmentwide DevSecOps environment. Jackson has this too.


CBP CIO on using modern data center tech to serve the mission

Due to recent advances in technology, federally owned and managed data centers still play a critical role in operations for government agencies. CBP’s Sonny Bhagowalia and Dell Technologies Mahtab Emdadi sit down with FedScoop to discuss why federal agencies are evaluating infrastructure strategies that embrace both data center and cloud. Hear more from the CBP and Dell.


Federal data management: An agenda for the administration’s first 100 days

As the federal government transitions to a new administration, one initiative that’s expected to remain on track is the Federal Data Strategy. But where and how agencies move forward with their data management strategies — and whether they get the IT funding they need — will play an important part in how agencies meet their mission and the administration’s priorities, say government data experts in a new podcast. Listen to the full discussion.

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