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Nextgov | June 05, 2020

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INFOBLOX INC. ANNOUNCES BLOXONE THREAT DEFENSE FEDERAL CLOUD HAS ACHIEVES IN PROCESS STATUS FOR FEDRAMP

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TRUMP ADMINISTRATION SEES NO LOOPHOLE IN NEW HUAWEI CURB

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The U.S. government sees no loopholes in a new rule aimed at crimping global chip sales to China’s Huawei and will “aggressively” crack down on any bid to disobey the intent of the curb, Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said on Tuesday. The rule, released in May, expands U.S. authority to require licenses for shipments of some foreign-made chips to the telecoms equipment giant. It was drafted after China hardliners in the administration became frustrated that Huawei’s black...

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PENTAGON STARTS BAILING OUT COMPANIES THAT HAVE LOST BUSINESS DUE TO CORONAVIRUS

Pentagon | June 12, 2020

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CONGRESS SEEKS CREATION OF NATIONAL RESEARCH CLOUD FOR ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

Nextgov | June 05, 2020

A bipartisan cadre of tech-focused legislators in the House and Senate have introduced legislation that would direct the federal government to develop a national cloud computing infrastructure for artificial intelligence research. Introduced by Sens. Rob Portman, R-Ohio, and Martin Heinrich, D-N.M., Thursday, the National Cloud Computing Task Force Act would convene a mix of technical experts across academic, industry and government. The group would develop a nuanced roadmap for how the nation s...

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