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10/25/2021
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State Department preps potential $8B IT services acquisition

The State Department is developing a suite of multiple-award contracts to modernize its end-to-end IT service delivery that could be worth up to $8 billion. Billy Mitchell has the story.


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House passes bill to address software supply chain risk at DHS

The House passed a bill that would require the Department of Homeland Security to establish a process for identifying materials used in software to mitigate future supply-chain cyberattacks. Dave Nyczepir has the details.


DOJ says it will protect whistleblowers who disclose contractor cybersecurity failures

The Department of Justice will use all available resources to ensure whistleblowers that come forward to report cybersecurity failures of federal contractors are protected, according to Deputy Attorney General Lisa Monaco John Hewitt Jones has the story.


VA contractor Cerner to lay off 150 workers in November – report

The company behind the Department of Veterans Affairs’ and Department of Defense‘s Electronic Health Records modernization programs will lay off 150 workers in November, according to a report. John Hewitt Jones has this also.


Amy looking for new login and ICAM solution

The Army is looking for a new way to securely log in its users, especially members of the National Guard or Army Reserve that need to check systems for announcements. Jackson Barnett has the details.


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Building a user-friendly cybersecurity infrastructure

Cohesive and consistent messaging from the federal government is an important part of the push for agencies to implement zero trust architecture. Making sure the new processes are easy and accessible is just as important, says Cybersecurity Programs Lead for U.S. Public Sector Peter Romness of Cisco. Listen to the interview.


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