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US Chief Data Scientist Denice Ross reveals what spurred her passion for open data. The General Services Administration waits on the D.C. Government to confirm its plans for EIS. Federal contractors now have until Sept. 23 to submit bids for Polaris. This is FedScoop for Sept. 12.

U.S. chief data scientist explains government’s push for greater use of disaggregated data

In an exclusive interview, Denice Ross tells FedScoop what brought her back to government and spells out her core priorities over the last 10 months. Dave Nyczepir has the story.


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General Services Administration still waiting for D.C. Government to confirm its EIS plans

The local government, along with utility provider D.C. Water, are the only entities yet to confirm whether they will sign a memorandum of understanding to ensure continuity of service. Dave Nyczepir has this also.


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Polaris bid submission deadline extended for fifth time since May

The General Services Administration has again extended the bid submission deadline for the first two pools of its Polaris IT services solicitation. John Hewitt Jones has the story.


State Department bounty program for cybercriminal tips has 'born fruit,' top FBI official says

The State Department’s program offering rewards of up to $10 million for tips leading to the apprehension of cybercriminals is paying off, FBI Assistant Director for Cyber Bryan Vorndran said Wednesday. Suzanne Smalley has the story for CyberScoop.


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