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Federal judge denies USPS request to reconsider $67M award in long-running tech dispute with Northrop Grumman

A U.S. Court of Federal Claims judge has denied a request by the U.S. Postal Service to reconsider a $67 million award to Northrop Grumman in a long-running dispute over the provision of postal sorting technology. John Hewitt Jones has the story.


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Booz Allen acquisition of EverWatch unlikely to harm competition says federal judge

The U.S. government failed to provide direct evidence that Booz Allen Hamilton’s acquisition of EverWatch would have detrimental effects on competition or pose likely harm for a National Security Agency contract, according to a U.S. District Court opinion filed Monday. Dave Nyczepir has the details.


Paper-based processes cost government $38.7B annually says US Chamber of Commerce

The use of manual, paper-based processes costs the federal government $38.7 billion annually due to information capture and processing bottlenecks, according to a U.S. Chamber of Commerce report released Monday. Dave Nyczepir has this also.


Transcom completes zero trust implementation across its classified network

Armed with a new guiding strategy that prioritizes cybersecurity and maneuverability, U.S. Transportation Command is making notable progress applying zero-trust capabilities to parts of its vast and complex network, Commander Gen. Jackie Van Ovost confirmed Monday. Brandi Vincent has the story for DefenseScoop.


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Modernizing password and secrets management to strengthen zero-trust posture

“More than 80% of the time when there's a data breach, it's a result of weak passwords or stolen passwords, credentials and secrets,” says Darren Guccione, CEO and Co-Founder for Keeper Security in a recent interview. He discusses the organization’s recent FedRAMP authorization for a modern password manager and secure digital vault that is helping over 100 government and public sector organizations improve their risk posture and defend against sophisticated cyberattacks.  Hear more from Guccione.


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