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10/13/2022
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A federal judge declines the DOJ's request for an interim injunction to block Booz Allen Hamilton's acquisition of EverWatch. GSA is hit with 2 further Polaris protests. IRS seeks help automating its process for evaluating solicitations. This is FedScoop for Oct. 13.

Federal judge declines to grant DOJ interim injunction in Booz Allen antitrust case

A Maryland federal judge on Tuesday declined to grant the Department of Justice an interim injunction to stop Booz Allen Hamilton’s acquisition of signals intelligence company EverWatch. Nihal Krishan has the story.


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General Services Administration hit with 2 new Polaris pre-award protests

Two additional federal contractors have filed pre-award protests over the General Services Administration’s Polaris IT services governmentwide acquisition contract. John Hewitt Jones has the details.


IRS seeks tool to help automate solicitation evaluation

The IRS wants an automated tool for evaluating solicitations to improve the efficiency of its procurement teams, according to a request for information. Dave Nyczepir has the story.


Army to launch $1B cloud contract in fiscal 2023

The Army will soon be kicking off a roughly $1 billion contract vehicle to support its hybrid cloud development, its chief information officer announced Tuesday. Mark Pomerleau has the details for DefenseScoop.


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The big data problem underlying cybersecurity

The Daily Scoop Podcast talks with Cloudera’s Rob Carey about the growing inability of today’s cybersecurity tools to handle the petabytes of security data most federal agencies have to handle. That’s forcing CIOs and CISOs to look at the data management challenge from a different perspective, he says. Listen to the interview.


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Census Bureau CISO discusses how cloud will affect zero trust

Beau Houser says the agency has prioritized its cloud migration and shares his insights on the capabilities he thinks are going to be imperative in implementing zero trust. “We think that migrating into cloud will simplify a lot of the challenges that some organizations might face otherwise. Cloud has a lot of capabilities native to the cloud services—taking advantage of those is a way for us to accelerate [zero trust],” he says.  Hear more from Houser. 


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