What to Know in Washington: Trump Faces Giuliani Probe Dilemma

Donald Trump is facing a new dilemma in the expanding Ukraine probe: whether to cement his bond with personal attorney Rudy Giuliani or distance himself from the confidant whose own legal peril threatens to ensnare the president.

GSA Revisits Competition for $8B Cloud Contract DEOS: Top 20

GSA will allow companies to submit revised bids for a 10-year, $8 billion, cloud contract for modernized Pentagon office technology following the agency’s decision to take corrective action, according to a Government Accountability Office decision.

What to Know in Washington: Trump’s EU Envoy Subpoenaed by House

President Donald Trump’s ambassador to the European Union has been subpoenaed to testify to House investigators looking into Trump’s dealings with Ukraine as part of the impeachment inquiry, a person familiar with the matter said last night.

Artificial Intelligence Moving to Battlefield as Ethics Weighed

The Pentagon, taking the next big step of deploying artificial intelligence to aid troops and help select battlefield targets, must settle lingering ethical concerns about using the technology for waging war.

What to Know in Washington: Trump Takes Campaign to Minnesota

Donald Trump goes back on offense today with his first campaign rally since the impeachment inquiry began, seeking to expand his margin of victory in 2020 even as lawmakers mull removing him from office.

Medicare Wants Small Businesses for Big Claims, Payment Services

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has issued a sources-sought notice looking for small businesses that can perform a wide range of benefit and claims administration services in multiple states. The work is currently performed by large companies and could be worth more than $100 million if a portion of the incumbent work…

What to Know in Washington: Trump Gears Up for Impeachment Fight

President Donald Trump’s counter-attack against House Democrats is taking shape as the White House moved to consolidate Republican support on Capitol Hill and vowed to block any cooperation with the spreading impeachment inquiry.

Ukraine Lobbying: Filet Mignon on Menu and Spicer on Guest List

Former White House press secretary Sean Spicer and two other Trump campaign and administration veterans were part of a dinner hosted at the Trump International Hotel by lobbyists for then-Ukraine presidential contender Volodymyr Zelenskiy shortly before his election victory, according to interviews and newly filed disclosures with the Justice Department.

AbbVie, Bristol-Myers Among Patient Advocacy Groups’ Big Backers

Major pharmaceutical companies funneled over $680 million into nonprofits last year, including many campaigning against federal legislation to tackle the rising cost of medicine.

What to Know in Washington: Trump Tested With Ally’s Deposition

Donald Trump’s impeachment defense strategy will be put to the test today as one of his top diplomats appears before House committees to explain his call for Ukraine to investigate former Vice President Joe Biden.

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