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'Big muscle movements' proposed in Pentagon funding request for S&T

Funding for basic research into microelectronics, directed energy, hypersonics, and other science and technology projects would see a major boost in the Pentagon’s budget request for fiscal 2023, a senior official revealed Wednesday. Jon Harper has the story.


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Census Bureau seeks small business to develop 2030 census IT strategy

The Census Bureau wants a service-disabled veteran-owned small business to provide technology engineering management and integration services that improve upon the 2020 census for 2030’s, according to a request for information posted in early April. Dave Nyczepir has the details.


Department of Veterans Affairs receives $10.5M from TMF to support Login.gov transition

The Department of Veterans Affairs will receive $10.5 million in funding from the Technology Modernization Fund to support the agency’s transition to Login.gov. John Hewitt Jones has the story.


Emery Csulak takes up chief data officer role at Department of Energy

He started work in the role April 11 and moves into the post after serving as principal deputy chief information officer at the agency. John Hewitt Jones has this also.


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