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08/06/2021
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NASA could take months to put $2.5B IT contract up for rebid — Leidos CEO

NASA might not award its $2.5 billion next-generation enterprise IT contract again for months following a bid protest by Science Applications International Corp., Leidos CEO Roger Krone said on the company’s second quarter earnings call. Dave Nyczepir has the story.


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CISA chief: Risk management agencies key to addressing sector-specific cyberthreats

Jen Easterly said at a keynote speech at the Black Hat conference that her agency is pursuing even closer cooperation with federal risk management agencies to enhance cybersecurity practices within their own sectors such as energy and transportation. John Hewitt Jones has the story.


DOD CIO to implement new electromagnetic spectrum strategy

The job of implementing a strategy to modernize how the Department of Defense uses electromagnetic spectrum now falls to the Office of the Chief Information Officer, the DOD announced Thursday. Jackson Barnett has this one.


NIST revises flagship cyber resiliency guidance

The National Institute of Standards and Technology released the first-ever revision to its flagship cyber resiliency guidance with updated controls and a single threat taxonomy Thursday. Dave has this one as well.


CISA isses cyber training guide for federal employees

The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency on Thursday published a new training guide to help federal employees improve their cybersecurity skills and create a cyber-focused career plan. John Hewitt Jones has this also.


Logistics a prime target for the Marine Corps' AI, commandant says

The commandant of the Marine Corps wants the service to focus on logistics as a prime use case for artificial intelligence, he said at the Navy League’s Sea-Air-Space conference. Jackson has the details.


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Keeping agencies operational when natural disaster strikes

The last thing agencies can afford during natural disasters is for communications to go down. Though critical sites, like data centers and office headquarters are designed with alternate network paths, according to IT executive Tony Bardo, those pathways are most often terrestrial and lack the redundancy and resiliency they need to survive a disaster. He urges leaders to diversify their networking infrastructure to include satellite, wireless, LTE and 5G. Hear more from Bardo.


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