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07/11/2022
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DOD, Air Force aim to ‘streamline acquisition’ with latest and forthcoming JADC2 awards

The Defense Department and Air Force recently approved more than two dozen companies to compete for opportunities to provide capabilities that will ultimately enable the military’s envisioned next-generation, sensor-driven command and control setup. Brandi Vincent has the story.


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Companies focusing on modular designs to final phase of Army's TITAN program

With the final stage set for the Army to choose one of two contractors for its next-generation ground system to collect and disseminate sensor data, both companies are trying to develop a system that will be adaptable in a highly dynamic and unpredictable multi-domain environment of the future. Mark Pomerleau has the details.


State raises potential EVOLVE IT contract ceiling to up to $10B

The State Department raised the potential ceiling of its EVOLVE IT services solicitation to between $8 billion and $10 billion in a new draft solicitation issued Friday. John Hewitt Jones has the story.


Biden executive order calls for reproductive health privacy protections

President Biden has announced plans to sign an executive order that would take steps to defend reproductive rights after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade last month. Tonya Riley has the details for CyberScoop.


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Agency leaders face a steep and costly road ahead in implementing zero-trust security

One-quarter of federal IT officials working at civilian agencies — and 1 in 5 at defense/intelligence agencies — predicted that implementing OMB's zero-trust security requirements will consume 10% or more of their agency IT budgets in FY 2023 and 2024, according to a new FedScoop survey of federal agency IT decision makers surveyed in May. Limited funding, system complexity, and varied IT modernization progress suggest it will take much longer to achieve zero-trust than federal officials envisioned. Read the full study.


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