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Langevin teases bid protest coming from Congress

Changes may be coming to the federal bid protest process to ensure that losing bidders cannot derail a government procurement, Rep. Jim Langevin, D-R.I., told FedScoop at FedTalks. Billy Mitchell has the story.

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Kendall merges Air Force acquisition offices to support Space Force

Recently installed Secretary of the Air Force Frank Kendall said Tuesday he is moving the service’s Space Acquisition Directorate into the Space Acquisition and Integration Office. Jackson Barnett reports.

Navy taking new steps on software development modernization

The Department of the Navy is standing up a new team tasked with taking stock of its software tools and streamlining its ability to write code. Jackson Barnett has the details.

Federal CIO Martorana: 'We must focus on service delivery to the American public'

Speaking at FedTalks, Federal CIO Clare Martorana said government agencies must double down on service delivery to the American public and use technology to bridge inter-departmental silos. John Hewitt Jones has the story.

GSA's Sonny Hashmi: 'Modern acquisition is a data challenge'

For the federal government to reform and improve the way it buys things, it must turn to data, believes Sonny Hashmi, head of acquisition at the General Services Administration. Billy Mitchell has this one also.

5G networks need to be interoperable, DOD and DHS officials say

As military and civilian agencies eye the use of 5G wireless tech, officials representing both agree that a key to success is ensuring interoperability between networks and devices through open standards. Jackson Barnett reports.


Enabling an anywhere workforce in government

Technology leaders at U.S. Census Bureau, the State of Ohio and Dell Technologies describe how public sector agencies shifted cultural as well as IT gears during the pandemic. Read more about the panel.

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