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02/22/2021
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Operation Flamethrower

The Air Force wants to burn it all down — antiquated IT policy, that is. The service launched Operation Flamethrower to modernize IT policy, and now it’s keying in on nixing any policies that stand in the way of the Air Force’s move to an enterprise IT-as-a-service model. As part of that, Air Force officials are looking to shrink AFnet, the service's enterprise network. Jackson Barnett has more on Operation Flamethrower.


A Message From AWS Educate

With over 1,500 institutions and hundreds of thousands of students who use AWS Educate, we wanted to take you on a trip around the world and highlight how students are learning and innovating with the cloud. Learn more.


Secret Service body cameras

Now that federal law enforcement task forces are allowed to use body cameras, the Secret Service wants to award a firm-fixed-price contract for 2,000 body-worn cameras. But first, the service issued a request for information to get a better sense of vendor capabilities to plan the procurement. Dave Nyczepir has more from the RFI.


Login.gov opens to state and local governments

The federal government's authentication and identity proofing services under login.gov will now be available to state and local governments for their federally funded programs. Users in the participating states and localities will only need one account and password to access federal services and can rest easy knowing their privacy is protected in accordance with guidance from the National Institute of Standards and Technology, as well as the Cybersecurity National Action Plan. More from Dave.


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How open technology and process help the public sector innovate

The investments agencies have made over the last year in cloud infrastructure promises faster, more agile and more secure applications. But in addition to the infrastructure, leaders should look to cloud-native application development — using open source code — to add greater speed to software production and delivery lifecycles for both new and existing applications. Read more from Red Hat.


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