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Katie Arrington resigns from DOD, announces bid for Congress

In her valedictory note the official wrote that allegations against her were false and politically motivated. Jackson Barnett has the story.

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GSA announces second cohort of STARS III awardees

More than 500 businesses from across the U.S. have been selected to provide IT services through the acquisition vehicle. John Hewitt Jones has the details.

Task Force 59: The future of the Navy's unmanned systems or a one-off win?

The unmanned systems task force launched in September, and is already collaborating with foreign militaries. Jackson Barnett has this also.

White House's top S&T adviser resigns over bullying staff

Eric Lander will remain with the Office of Science and Technology Policy until Feb. 18 to ensure an orderly transfer to his successor. Dave Nyczepir has the story.


Rethinking managed service contracts to meet modernization goals

In their digital transformation efforts, federal agencies should improve the customer experience while also delivering better mission outcomes, says Sam Kapreilian, principal, government and public services at Deloitte, in a new FedScoop interview. Kapreilian discusses how Deloitte is helping its government clients modernize systems, whether it’s migrating to the cloud while improving user interfaces or becoming more responsive and timelier to close gaps in interacting digitally with citizens. Hear more from Kapreilian.


WATCH: Why the agility and scalability of the cloud is invaluable for earth science data

Chief Data Officer & Deputy Digital Transformation Officer Ron Thompson on how NASA, with cloud capabilities, enables open sharing of large and complex data within the science community and public to accelerate research and understanding. NASA is also looking to go “beyond cloud-computing and data storage” and into the application layer — making applications available across the enterprise using cloud services. Hear more from Thompson.

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