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06/29/2022
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Google to create standalone public sector cloud services division

Google will spin off its public sector-focused business line from Google Cloud to launch an independent division focused purely on federal, state and local governments and the education sector, the company announced Tuesday. Billy Mitchell has the story.


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House Armed Services Committee concerned with state of Navy cyber readiness

The House Armed Services Committee is pushing the Navy to create a singular and special work role dedicated to cyberspace matters and is willing to play hardball with the service to get it to do so, according to a provision in its version of the fiscal 2023 National Defense Authorization Act. Mark Pomerleau has the details.


Army awards $72M for prototypes for next-generation intelligence ground station

The Army has awarded two companies $36 million each to develop a prototype for its next-generation ground system to collect and disseminate sensor data to decision-makers and weapons platforms. Mark Pomerleau has this also.


Cyber Command urges private sector to share intelligence, aid defensive digital operations

U.S. Cyber Command wants more tech companies and others on the front lines of the global fight to secure the internet to share more cybersecurity intelligence so that the organization can improve its defensive capabilities, Cyber Command Executive Director Dave Frederick said in an interview Monday. Suzanne Smalley has the details for CyberScoop.


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U.S. Army Chief on investments in “smart bases” and 5G networks

U.S. Army’s Dr. James Tucker Swindell II and Verizon’s Lamont Copeland discuss the advantages of enabling 5G and mobile edge compute within the DOD network infrastructure. Modernizing connectivity across military bases would allow the army to wirelessly connect thousands of on-base IoT devices — including autonomous vehicles and drones. Listen to the full panel discussion.


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Private-public sector data sharing key to greater national security

Splunk Senior Director for North America Government Affairs Bill Wright highlights public sector predictions and strategies in a new six-part FedScoop podcast series on mission resilience, underwritten by Splunk. “Whatever threats we face today, and in the future, data is going to be the primary resource for countering it,” he says. Listen to the episode.


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