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Court of Federal Claims dismisses bid protest brought against Navy by tech company Squire Solutions

A judge at the U.S. Court of Federal Claims has dismissed an appeal brought by military technology company Squire Solutions after the Navy decided not to fund the company’s proposals for a prototype voice recognition system. John Hewitt Jones has the story.

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Army reaffirms commitment to $22B IVAS system

The Army on Monday reaffirmed its commitment to the $22 billion Integrated Virtual Augmentation System (IVAS) headset development program, saying that it would “require a little more time,” but will still result in the rollout of a next-generation combat system. John Hewitt Jones has this also.

Former Navy acquisition leader joins robotics company Sarcos

James “Hondo” Geurts has joined robotics company Sarcos as an executive vice chairman after retiring from the Navy as its acting No. 2 and head of acquisition, research and development. Jackson Barnett has the details.

2021 ransomware transactions already exceed 2020 numbers, Treasury Department says

As of June, financial institutions have already reported 635 suspicious ransomware-related activities to the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network, according to a report out Friday from the Treasury Department — a 30% increase from all reported activity in 2020. Tonya Riley has the story for CyberScoop.


How EPA is harnessing data to support mandates from the Evidence Act

EPA’s Katherine Dawes shares how the EPA is building tools and strategies to support data transparency and sharing with the agency’s partners and regulators. That includes key investments in infrastructure and AI-enabled tools. Watch Dawes’ full interview here.


Seven strengths that define a strong managed service provider

A new DMI report looks at the value of an outcomes-based contracting model with MSPs so that agencies can access the skills they need to reach their modernization goals. The value of this model is that if the service requirement diminishes or disappears, the associated costs would react in kind. Read more in the report.

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