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Following years of protests and litigation, Navy to re-award aerial jammer contract

After a roughly five-year period following an award, a protest and an ensuing court battle, the Navy is reopening bids for a critical jamming program. Mark Pomerleau has the story.

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Air Force secretary tight-lipped about new Phoenix Ghost suicide drone

The American-made Phoenix Ghost loitering munition is being used to great effect in the Ukraine-Russia war, U.S. officials say, but the head of the service that developed the weapon is being tight-lipped about its capabilities and the Pentagon’s plans for employing the system for its own use. John Harper has the details.

White House unveils HEAT.gov to help address record-breaking temperatures

A group of federal agencies launched Heat.gov to share real-time data on extreme heat conditions and response with each other, state and local officials, and the public. Dave Nyczepir has the story.

Former SSA senior IT adviser joins Accenture Federal Services

Veteran federal IT official Jarrett Booz has joined Accenture Federal Services as a senior manager, focusing on Department of Defense contracts. John Hewitt Jones has the details.

DHS plans to overhaul disinformation efforts to 'increase trust with the public'

When the Department of Homeland Security’s Advisory Council announces it plan next week for overhauling how the agency combats the spread of disinformation online, its focus will be on “how to achieve greater transparency across our disinformation related work” and how to “increase trust with the public,” according to council meeting minutes released Monday. Suzanne Smalley has the story for CyberScoop.


What public sector leaders can learn from private sector cloud journeys

Splunk Chief Technical Advisor Lisa Palmer highlights lessons public sector agencies can learn from the banking, service and retailing sectors to improve both security and innovation. Speaking in the latest episode of FedScoop’s podcast series, “Leveraging the cloud to ensure mission resilience,” Palmer describes how Latin America’s largest fintech bank, a leading roadside assistance provider, and Papa John’s Pizza all benefitted from using cloud-based tools from Splunk. Listen to the episode.


Driving government efficiency with process mining

On a recent episode of The Daily Scoop Podcast, Celonis’ Chris Radich explains how agency leaders can gain actionable insights from data through process mining to deliver better citizen services. Listen to Radich’s interview.

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