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A federal judge rebuffs a second attempt by the DOJ to halt Booz Allen Hamilton's acquisition of EverWatch. DOE is working on a new cyber-informed engineering action plan for the energy sector. The US Marshals Service CTO is set to join DHS. This is FedScoop for Nov. 7.

Federal judge denies second attempt from DOJ to obtain interim injunction in Booz Allen-EverWatch case

A Maryland federal judge blocked a second attempt by the Department of Justice to stop Booz Allen Hamilton from completing its acquisition of signals intelligence company EverWatch, court documents show. John Hewitt Jones has the story.

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Idaho National Lab spearheading cyber-informed engineering action plan for electric grid

Idaho National Laboratory is developing an action plan with the National Institute of Standards and Technology to ensure utility companies and the rest of the energy sector use cyber-informed engineering when connecting to the electric grid. Dave Nyczepir has the details.

US Marshals Service chief technology officer to join DHS

Christine Finnelle takes up a new role as director of enterprise architecture within the Office of the CTO at the Department of Homeland Security. John Hewitt Jones has the scoop.

ICYMI: The winners of the 2022 FedScoop 50

This year’s recipients for the FedScoop 50 are brilliant leaders, innovative decision-makers and tireless workers dedicated to public service and making the federal government more efficient and effective through the use of technology. See the winners now.

DOJ reviewing responses to congressional requests to improve correspondence management system

The Department of Justice is customizing and reconfiguring its correspondence management software to better track and monitor the status of responses in greater detail, according to a GAO report. Dave Nyczepir has this also.

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