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    DEOS headed for recompete

    The General Services Administration and the Defense Information Systems Agency, which partnered on the Defense Enterprise Office Solutions cloud contract, have pulled an award to General Dynamics and will re-do the competition.

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    The rocky road to 5G

    Although 5G has potential to transform society, widespread use of the high-bandwidth, low-latency communications technology is still some time off.

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    How one Texas town built IT resilience

    Modern disaster recovery solutions can significantly move a local government organization beyond the limitations of today’s legacy backup.

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    Waze puts partner cities' traffic data in the cloud

    Municipalities participating in the Waze for Cities program now have free access to the traffic data the company has collected in the Google Cloud Platform.

  • DOD greenlights Dell open network switches for agency use

    Latest FedRAMP authorizations

    Oracle adds its Cloud Infrastructure-Government to the Ashburn, Va., and Phoenix, Ariz., government cloud regions.

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    Oracle previews JEDI appeal

    In a Sept. 25 docketing statement, Oracle described why it is appealing a recent court decision to deny its protest of the JEDI cloud computing infrastructure contract.

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    ATARC launches TIC 3.0 test lab

    The Advanced Technology Academic Research Center is setting up a TIC 3.0 test lab to help federal agencies to implement the Office of Management and Budget's new guidance on Trusted Internet Connections.

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    Thinking ahead on 5G

    Verizon's 5G lab looks to help agencies see past the technology's short-term capabilities.

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    3 keys to dominating and protecting the connected battlefield

    As DOD modernizes tactical communications, cybersecurity must remain at the forefront of planning and execution.

  • 5G tower with Huawei logo

    A 5G future without Huawei?

    A slower, consensus-based approach to 5G development would be a better option than adopting low-cost, available technology from Huawei, three former top Department of Homeland Security officials said.

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