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    Oracle keeps hammering on JEDI

    The company reiterated its claims that the procurement violates procurement law and that individuals involved had a conflict of interest.

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    Data-driven space exploration

    Organizations pursuing missions in space need quick access to their data so they can support mission-critical systems, ongoing software development and analytics applications.

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    High-profile ransomware attacks signal it's time for change

    Agencies must assume they may fall victim to an attack and make adequate investments in data storage and disaster recovery technologies.

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    Cannabis licensing in the cloud

    To help state and local governments navigate complex licensing requirements for marijuana growers, business and users, NIC is offering a service that can be configured for a jurisdiction's specific requirements.

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    DOD expects JEDI cloud award in August

    The $10 billion Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure cloud contract is expected to be awarded by the end of August, the Defense Department CIO said.

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    Cloud Smart strategy updates TIC policy

    The final strategy aims to retool the Trusted Internet Connection policy to provide flexibility for cloud access.

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    How to prepare for emerging technologies

    To keep up with the latest technology solutions, IT managers must take advantage of learning opportunities and skills development available from contractors, user communities and industry events.

  • Cloud resources for government users

    Help for agencies moving to Cloud Smart, securing political campaigns and cloud service providers seeking ATOs.

  • DOD cloud

    What the latest JEDI filings reveal

    Recent court filings provide a window into the development of the requirements and what the Defense Department hopes to get out of its planned massive cloud program.

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    DHS building consolidated system for biometric data

    The Department of Homeland Security wants to improve the data analysis capabilities of its forthcoming cloud-based biometric identification platform.

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