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Intel Community Asks Industry for Help Sorting Signal From Noise

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The Office of the Director of National Intelligence will ramp up its outreach to technology providers as part of its Intelligence, Science, and Technology Partnership, or In-Step, according to a May 22 request for information.

Army to Flex OTA Powers to Acquire Enterprise IT as a Service

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The U.S. Army is planning to use its “other transaction” authority, or OTA, to fast-track six contracts for enterprise information technology services at close to 300 bases around the country, according to Pentagon officials.

What to Know in Washington: Breaking Down the Mueller Report

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President Donald Trump is at his Mar-a-Lago Resort in Florida today as Washington continues to digest Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report released yesterday.

What to Know in Washington: Talks Ahead on Immigration, Spending

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Congress left Washington yesterday for a two-week break, but there’s plenty of dealmaking to do behind the scenes as lawmakers look to lay the groundwork for a busy spring agenda when they return. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) said yesterday he hopes to reach what so far have been elusive bipartisan breakthroughs on immigration, in...

Pentagon Seeking Partner to Run JEDI Program Office

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The Defense Department is looking for a partner to manage the office overseeing its $10 billion Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure, or JEDI, cloud contract.

GSA Reassesses $15B Alliant Small-Business Awards: What’s Ahead

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The General Services Administration must reconsider bids submitted for a 10-year, $15 billion contract known as Alliant 2 Small Business (A2SB) following a decision by the U.S. Court of Federal Claims. Alliant 2 SB delivers information technology services. Click here for details of the decision, which enjoins GSA from proceeding with its current aw...

What to Know in Washington: Trump Takes Victory Lap to Michigan

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President Donald Trump has turned his focus to re-election in the days since he emerged unscathed from Robert Mueller’s Russia probe, mounting a fresh attack on Obamacare as he takes an extended victory lap.

What to Know in Washington: Where Republicans Will Buck Trump

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Senate Republicans are showing an increasing willingness to challenge President Donald Trump on foreign policy by voting for legislation that contradicts him publicly after they have failed to sway him privately.

What to Know in Washington: Trump Budget Request Set for Release

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President Donald Trump will propose a U.S. budget that wouldn’t balance for 15 years, even assuming stronger economic growth than private forecasters expect and with deep domestic spending cuts that have little chance of passing Congress.

What to Know in Washington: Prepare for a Spending Fight

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President Donald Trump’s gambit to extract a few billion extra dollars for border fencing in fiscal 2019 may succeed in the short term, but his emergency declaration and other tactics could set in motion long-term changes in how lawmakers deal with the White House on spending issues. Trump threw a wrench into the normal give […]

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