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CMMC Accreditation Body board member Edens resigns

Founding member of the accreditation body, Regan Edens, resigned from its board on Tuesday. He had served on the CMMC board since it was incorporated in January 2020 and led the Standards Working Group. Jackson Barnett has the story.


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DOD's IT budget justification 'unacceptable,' Langevin says

Congressman Jim Langevin isn't happy with the justification the DOD delivered to Congress for its fiscal 2022 IT budget. Langevin rebuked acting DOD CIO John Sherman because much of the documentation for 2022 spending is “nearly a carbon copy” from the previous year, equating it to plagiarism. More from Jackson.


Oracle petitions Supreme Court over $10B JEDI protest

In Oracle's latest filing in its years-long legal battle against the Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure (JEDI) cloud contract, the company hopes the Supreme Court will overturn the initial ruling of the U.S. Court of Federal Claims, which identified issues with the $10 billion cloud contract’s award structure but said that potential conflicts of interest had not affected Oracle’s chances or cost it the deal. John Hewitt Jones has the latest.


VA’s McDonough reaffirms commitment to Cerner records management platform

After a review, the Department of Veterans Affairs will stick with its existing electronic health records (EHR) strategy following a review of "systemic failures" within the $16 billion program to modernize the department's health IT and scheduling system. Jackson has this too.


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Better government CX requires leadership plus IT modernization

Juliana Vida, retired U.S. Naval commander and former deputy CIO at the Pentagon, shares how federal agencies, like the U.S. Air Force, are demonstrating their ability to improve customer experience in government. Modernization and user experience go hand in hand and can translate into greater productivity, faster decision making and more effective delivery of mission services, she says. Read more from Vida.


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