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We reveal this year's winners at the FedScoop 50 Awards. The FCC launches a new office to improve the agency's oversight of the satellite industry. Anjana Rajan joins the White House as assistant national cyber director for technology security. This is FedScoop for Nov. 4.

Announcing the 2022 FedScoop 50 winners

Now in their 11th year, the FedScoop 50 awards honor the most impactful leaders in the federal government who strive each day to leverage technology to transform government. Scoop News Group received more than 800,000 votes across the five categories in 2022. Join us in congratulating this year's winners.

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FCC establishes new bureau dedicated to satellite industry oversight

The Space Bureau is one of two new offices created through an internal reorganization, which has also resulted in the launch of an office of international affairs. John Hewitt Jones has the story.

White House appoints Anjana Rajan as assistant national cyber director for technology security

Rajan joined the executive branch on Oct. 24, after previously working as an entrepreneur-in-residence at Cornell University’s New York City-based technology, business, law and design campus, Cornell Tech. John Hewitt Jones has this also.

Navy issues RFI for unmanned ‘mother ship’ that could deploy other drones

The Navy is conducting market research to see if contractors would be able to satisfy anticipated program requirements for a new unmanned “Attritable UxS Mother Ship” that could launch other robotic platforms on the high seas. Jon Harper has the story for DefenseScoop.


5G poised to transform defense logistics operations

Tech leaders from Defense Logistics Agency and KPMG discuss 5G’s promises to improve not just connectivity at military distribution centers, but the business processes that support military logistics. Listen to the entire video interview.

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