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Top 20: CMS Issues $5.4 Billion Medicare Call Center Draft RFP

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The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) issued a Jan. 26 draft request for proposal for a 10-year, $5.4 billion, contract to provide contact center operations support.

This Is IT: Peraton Eyes Top Federal IT Spot with Perspecta Buy

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Veritas Capital Fund Management LLC may have just created the largest U.S. federal information technology contractor.

BGOV Top 20: Army Issues Second RFI for $4B IT Hardware Contract

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The U.S Army released a second request for information (RFI) on Jan. 26 for its five-year, $4 billion Common Hardware Systems 6th Generation (CHS-6) contract.

Climate, Food Security, Justice Top Agenda for Senate Farm Panel

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Combating climate change and fixing Covid-driven food supply disruptions will top the Senate Agriculture, Nutrition, and Forestry Committee’s agenda, mirroring the new Biden administration’s priorities.

DISA Opens Bidding on $11.7B IT Modernization Contract: Top 20

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The Defense Information Systems Agency will outsource most network management, cybersecurity, and technical services functions serving 22 at Defense Department agencies to a single contractor , according to a final request for proposals released on Dec. 8.

CIA Competing Single-Award Cloud Integration Contract: Top 20

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Just weeks after announcing the winners of its multibillion-dollar Cloud Computing Enterprise (C2E) contract, the Central Intelligence Agency is working on a second solicitation for cloud integration and support services to stitch the massive multi-cloud environment together.

Georgia Will Decide Senate Majority and Set Stage for 2022 Fight

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Georgia’s pair of Senate runoffs will not only decide which party controls the Senate in the 117th Congress but also crystallize the fight for the majority in the 118th.

Fiscal 2020 Civilian Contracting Hits Record $228 Billion

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The fight against the COVID-19 pandemic drove civilian contract spending across the federal government to a record high of $228 billion in fiscal 2020, which ended on Sept. 30, according to Bloomberg Government data available as of Oct. 6.

Covid, Climate Set Bar in Race for Top GOP Spot on House Panel

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Three House Republicans are vying for their party’s top spot on the Agriculture Committee, with farmers and ranchers looking to Washington to ease their financial burdens from the coronavirus pandemic, natural disasters, and trade wars.

What to Know in Washington: BGOV’s Fall 2020 Hill Watch

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The congressional agenda will kick into overdrive starting this week, as lawmakers return to Washington to face an end-of-month government funding deadline amid frought negotiatons over another round of coronavirus stimulus legislation. The clock is ticking, both on the Oct. 1 start of the new fiscal year and the Nov. 3 election, and the lame-duck...

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