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Lawmakers introduce the SAMOSA Act in the House of Representatives. Iranian government-backed hackers hit the network of the US Merit Systems Protection Board last year, according to a report. GSA's CIO says cloud technology has decreased the time to value on certain tech projects by 300%. This is FedScoop for Nov. 18.

House lawmakers introduce bill to overhaul how agencies buy software

Lawmakers in the House of Representatives Thursday introduced the SAMOSA Act, which would mandate the consolidation of federal agency software licenses and force agencies to take a more transparent approach to software purchasing, if it passes into law. Nihal Krishan has the details.

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US Merit Systems Protection Board compromised in Iranian government-linked hack: report

The agency responsible for arbitrating disputes with federal employees was compromised in an Iranian government-linked hack earlier this year, according to a report by The Washington Post. John Hewitt Jones has the details.

GSA CIO says move to cloud has achieved 300% decrease in time-to-value on tech projects

The adoption of cloud technology has resulted in a 300% reduction in time-to-value on technology projects at certain GSA departments, according to David Shive. John Hewitt Jones has this also.

Key lawmakers in favor of keeping 'dual hat' arrangement between Cybercom and NSA

Two key lawmakers see the arrangement of having the same person lead both the National Security Agency and U.S. Cyber Command as an enduring fixture as opposed to a temporary one where the roles would be split in the future. Mark Pomerleau has the details for DefenseScoop.

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