Katrice Eborn

Katrice Eborn is a journalist with Bloomberg News and an opportunity analyst with Bloomberg Government. Before joining BGOV in 2011, she was a web producer for C-SPAN. She holds a bachelor’s degree in print journalism from American University.

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Photograph: U.S. Navy

Opportunity focus: Upgrading Air Force’s DCGS weapons system

The Air Force is taking another shot at upgrading its surveillance weapons system, the Distributed Common Ground System.

Photographer: Krisztian Bocsi/Bloomberg

Oppotunity focus: DHS wants good PR for biometrics programs

DHS wants to shape the conversation about the biometrics landscape and has started looking for vendors who can provide communications services.

Photographer: Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg

Opportunity focus: VA explores cloud-based commercial VistA

The Veterans Affairs Department may be leaning toward a commercial solution for its electronic health records system and abandoning efforts to modernize its Reagan-era Veterans Information Systems and Technology Architecture (VistA).

Photo: U.S. Air Force

Opportunity focus: DARPA Proposers Day on system innovation

DARPA is planning to release a new Broad Agency Announcement seeking innovative systems for military missions.

Photographer: Kiyoshi Ota/Bloomberg

Opportunity focus: Healthcare modernization R&D recompete

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services is setting up a recompete for its Alliance to Modernize Healthcare, a federally funded research and development center currently run by MITRE Corp.

(U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Kenneth W. Norman)

Small biz preps bids for Air Force IT support

The Air Force is looking for a small business that can provide a variety of information technology services at Hill Air Force Base in Utah.

Photographer: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg

Certifying ONC’s health IT network

To reach its goal of a nationwide interoperable health IT infrastructure, the Health and Human Services Department is seeking support for its IT certification program.

Photograph: U.S. Air Force

Lowering weapons cost with better engineering

The Air Force will spend an additional $51 million on a contract seeking ways to cut the cost of operating and supporting weapons.

Photographer: Rich Clement/Bloomberg

DOD releases fiscal 2018 munitions tech list

The Department of Defense Ordnance Technology Consortium has released its fiscal 2018 list of artillery projects for which it’s seeking proposals for research and development, prototyping, and production.

Photograph: U.S. Department of Defense

Army and industry collaborate on NextGen vehicle

The U.S. Army is moving forward with plans to develop the next generation combat vehicle, and next month will release a draft request for white papers.