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03/30/2022
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DOD's JWCC enterprise cloud award delayed until December

An award for the Department of Defense’s multi-vendor enterprise cloud effort, the Joint Warfighting Cloud Capability, will be delayed until December, top officials told reporters today. Mark Pomerleau has the story.


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Federal contractor launches pre-award challenge over $15B Polaris solicitation

BD Squared has filed a pre-award challenge over the $15 billion Polaris governmentwide acquisition contract, citing concerns that the solicitation may violate Small Business Administration regulations. John Hewitt Jones has the details.


DHS hit with FOIA lawsuit over social media data collection program for visa applicants

The Electronic Frontier Foundation has sued the Department of Homeland Security to obtain records about a social media data collection program for visa applicants and other foreign visitors. John Hewitt Jones has this also.


Army budget request would fund third Multi-Domain Task Force

The Army’s fiscal 2023 budget request resources the addition of a third Multi-Domain Task Force, although it’s unclear where that unit will be based, according to Army leaders. Mark Pomerleau has this as well.


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WATCH: Commerce Department delivering better services with cloud

Nagesh Rao, CIO for the Commerce Department’s Bureau of Industry and Security, shares his insights on how cloud adoption has allowed easier accessibility and greater visibility into systems, traffic and applications data. He explains how accessing and processing data more efficiently helps the agency make better decisions for more effective constituent services. Hear more from Rao.


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Improving the employee ‘user experience’ platform

Last year, the administration released an executive order for federal agencies to take concrete steps to improve the customer experience for American citizens. But what got less attention is the user experience of federal employees working on government systems to support the public, says Casey Coleman, senior VP, global government solutions for Salesforce. Coleman, a former federal CIO, discusses how federal agencies can tackle the online user experience for employees. Hear more from Coleman.


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