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Startup Funding Bill Makes A Comeback

October 19 A group of lawmakers reintroduced the Startup Opportunity Accelerator Act, which would set aside funding for startup accelerators.

GAO Denies Northrop Grumman Protest in $1 Billion DHS Cybersecurity Contract Fight

October 19 Northrop Grumman has been wrangling with contract winner Raytheon over the DOMino contract since 2015.

Don’t Bet Against the Baltimore-Washington Area in Amazon’s HQ2 Search

October 19 The region put in multiple bids: one from D.C., one from Baltimore and a joint proposal from two Northern Virginia counties.

Senators Target Russian Election Meddling with Political Ad Bill

October 19 The bill would require ads that run on Facebook, Twitter or other online platforms disclose who paid for them.

Mattis Opposes Splitting Defense CIO Duties

October 19 The defense secretary’s letter also objects to a requirement that the Defense Department notify other nations before responding to cyber threats.

Could the Senate’s Plan to Speed Up Bid Protests Backfire?

October 19 A shorter timeframe to review contracting disputes could put significant stress on the Government Accountability Office.

Sharing Election Threat Info with States Won’t be One-Size-Fits-All, DHS Says

October 18 Cyber threat information sharing strategies will vary state by state based on state preferences, a DHS official says.

GSA, OPM Nominees Pledge to Build Public Trust Through Open Data Programs

October 18 Emily Webster Murphy, GSA administrator nominee, pledged to expand open data programs while Jeff Pon, OPM director nominee, said he promised to ramp up ...

This Tool Saves HUD Employees Weeks of Work

October 18 House of Urban Development Department employees would take days and even weeks to fulfill lawmakers’ requests until the agency launched CART.

A Big Employer Is Finally Addressing a Major Pain Point for Job Applicants

October 18 In the so-called war for talent, Johnson & Johnson is trying something unusual.