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The agency also asked Congress make some changes to the original legislation to help speed up the process.
A group of mostly mayors encouraged the Federal Communications Commission to refocus its efforts on new broadband investment, instead of preempting their oversight of public rights of way.
Even posting project solicitations in more popular places could help agencies find new partners solutions, tech experts said.
The proposal is still on the table, according to Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross, though localities may find their authority on public rights of way preempted regardless.
At least one lawmaker wants to transition the scorecard to have a wider focus beyond FITARA but not everyone is ready to move on.
The agenda will include bringing more people to the table and having OMB take the lead.
The five awards will support each pillar of the IT Modernization Centers of Excellence program.
The Government Accountability Office dismissed a bid protest filed in February against a $7 million sole-source cloud support contract related to the Defense Department’s JEDI Acquisition.
The Technology Modernization Fund Board held its first meeting this week, which included establishing a Statement of Principles.
Microsoft withdrew a bid protest that allows U.S. Transportation Command to begin migrating data to Amazon’s secret cloud region.
As agencies look to modernize, they can take the opportunity to make sure all their software is working together.
REAN Cloud sounded off after finding out from press accounts that its $950 million cloud contract had been slashed.
The streamlined broadband deployment the FCC is contemplating will lessen local control without making rural build-outs more likely.
Combining these technologies can result in more agile and nimble data and networks.
Broadcom’s hostile takeover attempt would mark the largest-ever tech acquisition in history.
The Pentagon released a draft request for proposal for what is expected to be its largest cloud acquisition to date.
CSRA’s milCloud 2.0 can now host the most sensitive unclassified data across the Defense Department.
Presidential adviser Jared Kushner said the administration has a plan to prioritize access to and interoperability of patient health data.
Amid industry criticism following a $950 million cloud computing contract last month, the Defense Department limited its scope and reduced its size down to $65 million.
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