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U.S. Army Secretary has said modernization programs remain a top priority for the service

The Army's top civilian Christine Wormuth told service members in a memo that soldiers must be properly trained and equipped, and that modernization programs remain a "top priority." She was sworn in last Thursday and is the first woman to hold the role. Jackson Barnett has more.

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GSA is making 'significant' investments in FedRAMP

GSA's Dave Zvenyach, director of the Technology Transformation Services, yesterday said the agency is planning to make "significant" investments in the FedRAMP program, which will focus on automation, process improvements and additional resources. The changes will help plug gaps, according to Zvenyach. Dave Nyczepir has this one.

Former GSA procurement leader Nakasone to join VMware

FedScoop last month reported that former GSA procurement leader Keith Nakasone had left the agency for the private sector. He is set to start work in mid-June at VMware, as a federal strategist. John Hewitt Jones has the story.

Booz Allen Hamilton wins $674M DOD analytics support contract

Booz Allen Hamilton has been awarded a five-year support contract for the Department of Defense's Advana platform. It comes after the federal contractor last month won a $1.1 billion benefits management and processing contract by the Department of Veterans Affairs. More from John.

WATCH: Interviews from the FedFWD Summit

During Cisco’s FedFWD Summit last month, a number of technology leaders joined FedScoop for exclusive video interviews on the progress made around digital transformation in the past year and how agencies are now thinking about letting employees work from anywhere. Today, see interviews with:

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