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11/19/2019
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Govplace wins $109M USCIS cloud contract, survives protest

Back in July, public sector reseller and systems integrator Govplace won a U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services contract worth $109 million to help with the agency's cloud migration. But until recently, the contract award was under a bid protest. Now that it's settled, Govplace is set to provide “on-demand, secure, scalable, flexible, automated, and cost-effective cloud computing environments to support the wide range of complex IT systems and programs across the agency,” it said in a release. See more on the new contract.


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Senate bill would limit law enforcement use of facial recognition

A new bill proposed in the Senate would put some guardrails on the use of facial recognition technology by federal law enforcement agencies. The Facial Recognition Technology Warrant Act, introduced last week by Sens. Chris Coons, D-Del. and Mike Lee, R-Utah, would require law enforcement to obtain a warrant (except in exigent circumstances) to use facial recognition as part of the “ongoing public surveillance of an individual.” “Right now, there is a lack of uniformity when it comes to how, when, and where the federal government deploys facial recognition technology,” Coons said in a statement. “This bipartisan bill strikes the right balance by making sure law enforcement has the tools necessary to keep us safe while also protecting fundamental Fourth Amendment privacy rights.” Tajha Chappellet-Lanier has the story.


CIO John Zangardi leaving DHS

John Zangardi is out as CIO of the Department of Homeland Security. Last Friday marked his last day. He sent a note out to his staff announcing his sudden departure, saying “After three decades of military and government service, I feel the time is right for me to try my hand at something different. I am going to take a very short break from work and then dive right back into the excitement." Many close to Zangardi's departure say he is taking a role with Leidos. Billy Mitchell has this one.


USDA’s Francisco Salguero hired as FCC CIO

FCC will get its first official CIO in more than six months. Francisco Salguero, deputy CIO at the Agriculture Department, is heading to the commission to take over the CIO role Christine Calvosa vacated earlier this year. Salguero, who has been with USDA for 14 years, will join FCC next month. Billy has this too.


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