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DOJ expects whistleblowers to play 'significant role' in False Claims Act lawsuits against contractors

The Department of Justice expects whistleblowers to play a “significant role” in its enforcement initiative against federal contractors that fail to disclose cyber breaches, according to a senior official. John Hewitt Jones has the story.

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USCIS pursuing broader data-sharing agreements with other agencies

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services needs to establish broader data-sharing agreements with partner agencies so all appropriate groups have access for automating aspects of the naturalization system, according to officials. David Nyczepir has the details

Kessel Run adds NATO as a user for refueling software

The Air Force’s software and acquisition group, Kessel Run, completed its first software delivery to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), moving the two organizations closer together. Jackson Barnett has the story.

Proposals to fund overseas 5G projects set aside by House lawmakers

House lawmakers have abandoned legislative proposals to support the construction of 5G infrastructure in central and eastern Europe, FedScoop understands. A companion bill is still being considered in the Senate. John Hewitt Jones has this also.


Why an outcomes-based approach offers smarter path to network modernization

Federal agencies have until Sept. 30, 2022 to transition their telecom and IT services to the government’s Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions contract. But a majority of top agencies still have a long way to go to complete the transition. Verizon managing director for federal solutions architecture, Lamont Copeland argues that agencies can complete the transition faster, and realize greater long-term benefits, by shifting to an outcomes-based approach. Read more from Copeland.

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