The service kicked off a deployment schedule that aims to have all land-based clinics using DOD’s MHS GENESIS by 2024.
Any individual the Federal Acquisition Security Council deems credible could initiate a removal or exclusion order.
It’s part of a new acquisition model that would explore the potential of pursuing contracts outside the Federal Acquisition Regulation, mixed with traditional contracts.
The service is on the lookout for a contractor with a proven track record in the quantum development space.
Contracting officials justified the $1.5 million award by citing a $6 million price tag to fully replace the tool.
A recent memo allows vendors additional time to comply with Section 889 for certain low-risk goods, but the department is not seeking mass extensions, Ellen Lord told reporters.
Homeland Security Testing Lab Wants to Hear About the Best Temperature Screening Tools in the Market
The tools will be assessed and included on a list of recommended products for federal and local emergency responders and law enforcement.
The systems are deemed secure after months of development and testing.
Bob De Luca, the acting director of GSA’s Technology Transformation Service joins Nextgov to talk about how the program stays competitive, lessons from COVID-19 and what the next director needs to know.
The Joint Common Foundation aims to help the Department to standardize and secure its data and make it easier to find.
Users will no longer be able to run contract award reports through FPDS.gov, though that site will retain other capabilities.
The institutes also want to be able to pinpoint influencers and medical misinformation.
Overhauling FedRAMP is just one of a list of ways the NDAA could affect civilian government tech.
Markets do not work without information, and neither do task forces.
The Centers of Excellence program started out working with agencies one at a time. But in less than three years, the program has sped up, staffed up and spread out across government.
The Defense Department says it wants to further discuss Microsoft’s and Amazon Web Services’ pricing.
The latest FITARA scorecard showed what percentage of operations have moved off old infrastructure contracts—and the numbers aren’t good.
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