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10/04/2021
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EIS vendors 'concerned' some agencies won't make 2022 deadline

The vendors responsible for providing modernized telecom and network services to agencies under the General Services Administration‘s $50 billion Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions contract are “concerned” that some won’t make the 2022 deadline to transition to the new vehicle. Billy Mitchell has the story.


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Navy falls short of goal for Microsoft Office 365 migration

The Navy onboarded approximately 70% of the users it planned to by Oct. 1 in its migration to a new Microsoft Office 365 work environment for digital collaboration tools. Jackson Barnett has the details.


GSA's Carnahan calls women in tech to public service

General Services Administration leader Robin Carnahan has called women working in the technology industry to public service during a speech in which she described the current gender balance of technologists in the federal government as “not good enough.” John Hewitt Jones has the story.


Defense Department appoints Jason Weiss as chief software officer

Senior IT modernization expert Jason Weiss has taken up the role of chief software officer at the Department of Defense. John Hewitt Jones has this one also.


New Defense Business Board includes private sector tech leaders

The Department of Defense’s newly reinstated Defense Business Board includes Pallas Advisors co-founder Sarah Donnelly, Intel's chief strategy officer Sef Yeboah-Amankwah and Zillow chief technology office David Beitel. Jackson Barnett has this one as well.


Navy deployed a COVID-19 tracking app to ships in five weeks

The Navy deployed a COVID-19 health tracking application across all aircraft carrier, amphibious assault and command ships within five weeks of crew members aboard the USS Theodore Roosevelt becoming sick in April 2020. Dave Nyczepir has the story.


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