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ACCENTURE FEDERAL SERVICES LAUNCHES FUTUREFRAME: A PRACTICAL ROADMAP FOR FEDERAL AGENCIES IN HUMAN-CENTERED DESIGN

Accenture Federal Services | October 18, 2021

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Accenture Federal Services (AFS) has launched a new report, Futureframe: Human-Centered Design at Societal Scale, which unveils specific steps for federal agencies to deliver improved customer experiences and outcomes. Futureframe helps agencies define a “future vision” of what an optimal federal customer experience looks like and creates the building blocks to bring those experiences to life. The Futureframe approach links elements of human-centered design, systems de...

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US BROADCASTERS HIT BACK AT GOVERNMENT INTERVENTION IN GLOBAL MUSIC RIGHTS CASE

Complete Music Update | January 16, 2020

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America’s National Association Of Broadcasters has hit out at the US Department Of Justice’s recent intervention in the ongoing dispute between boutique collecting society Global Music Rights and the Radio Music License Committee. GMR is the newish performing rights organisation founded by veteran artist manager Irving Azoff which represents a small group of accomplished songwriters in the collective licensing domain. It competes with the bigger American collecting societies BMI and ...

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PENTAGON: $10 BILLION CLOUD CONTRACT THAT SNUBBED AMAZON WAS LEGAL

Amazon | April 16, 2020

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The Pentagon's process for awarding a highly lucrative cloud computing contract to Microsoft instead of Amazon was in line with legal and government purchasing standards, a government watchdog agency said Wednesday. The Defense Department inspector general found no evidence of White House interference in the contract award process. But the report said investigators could not fully review that aspect of the matter because the White House would not allow unfettered access to witnesses. The con...

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TECH GIANTS ASK FEDERAL GOVERNMENT TO CREATE NATIONAL RESEARCH CLOUD

Google | July 03, 2020

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Google, IBM and Microsoft have joined with top research universities to prod the federal government to create a nationwide shared cloud-computing platform, saying it is urgently needed to keep the U.S. from falling behind foreign competitors. A national research cloud would open the doors of Big Tech companies’ data to academic outsiders. It could mean that companies such as Google would hand over the keys to data collected during the coronavirus crisis, such as details on users’ mov...

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GOVERNMENT BUSINESS

ACCENTURE FEDERAL SERVICES LAUNCHES FUTUREFRAME: A PRACTICAL ROADMAP FOR FEDERAL AGENCIES IN HUMAN-CENTERED DESIGN

Accenture Federal Services | October 18, 2021

Accenture Federal Services (AFS) has launched a new report, Futureframe: Human-Centered Design at Societal Scale, which unveils specific steps for federal agencies to deliver improved customer experiences and outcomes. Futureframe helps agencies define a “future vision” of what an optimal federal customer experience looks like and creates the building blocks to bring those experiences to life. The Futureframe approach links elements of human-centered design, systems de...

Read More
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US BROADCASTERS HIT BACK AT GOVERNMENT INTERVENTION IN GLOBAL MUSIC RIGHTS CASE

Complete Music Update | January 16, 2020

America’s National Association Of Broadcasters has hit out at the US Department Of Justice’s recent intervention in the ongoing dispute between boutique collecting society Global Music Rights and the Radio Music License Committee. GMR is the newish performing rights organisation founded by veteran artist manager Irving Azoff which represents a small group of accomplished songwriters in the collective licensing domain. It competes with the bigger American collecting societies BMI and ...

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PENTAGON: $10 BILLION CLOUD CONTRACT THAT SNUBBED AMAZON WAS LEGAL

Amazon | April 16, 2020

The Pentagon's process for awarding a highly lucrative cloud computing contract to Microsoft instead of Amazon was in line with legal and government purchasing standards, a government watchdog agency said Wednesday. The Defense Department inspector general found no evidence of White House interference in the contract award process. But the report said investigators could not fully review that aspect of the matter because the White House would not allow unfettered access to witnesses. The con...

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TECH GIANTS ASK FEDERAL GOVERNMENT TO CREATE NATIONAL RESEARCH CLOUD

Google | July 03, 2020

Google, IBM and Microsoft have joined with top research universities to prod the federal government to create a nationwide shared cloud-computing platform, saying it is urgently needed to keep the U.S. from falling behind foreign competitors. A national research cloud would open the doors of Big Tech companies’ data to academic outsiders. It could mean that companies such as Google would hand over the keys to data collected during the coronavirus crisis, such as details on users’ mov...

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