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Microsoft challenges a $1 billion C2E task order award, and the Commerce Department sets out a new zero-trust approach to the microelectronics supply chain. Spacecom's leader spells out his wish list for DARPA-led innovation. This is FedScoop for Sept. 2.

Microsoft challenges $1B task order award to AWS as part of C2E cloud solicitation

Tech giant Microsoft has filed a bid protest with the Government Accountability Office over a $1 billion task order awarded to Amazon Web Services as part of the CIA’s Commercial Cloud Enterprise IDIQ solicitation, FedScoop confirms. John Hewitt Jones has the story.

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Commerce Department sets out zero-trust security approach to microelectronics supply chain

The Department of Commerce is adopting zero trust policies for validating microelectronics to ensure their safety, according to a roadmap released Thursday. Dave Nyczepir has the details.

Spacecom leader lays out wish list for DARPA-led innovation

Space domain awareness, autonomous systems, and maneuver and logistics capabilities are at the top of U.S. Space Command’s wish list for new innovative tech from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, according to its Deputy Commander Lt. Gen. John Shaw. Brandi Vincent has the story.

Hicks says Pentagon moving too slowly in transitioning DARPA tech to warfighters

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has done a great job developing cutting-edge technology — but the Pentagon and its innovation partners need to get better at transitioning promising capabilities from the lab to the battlefield, Deputy Defense Secretary Kathleen Hicks said Wednesday. Jon Harper has the story.

Watchdog calls on Social Security Administration to improve agile software development

The SSA's inspector general has outlined changes the agency should make to, including the implementation of new quality assurance controls. Nihal Krishan has the details.

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