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Iron Mountain | September 01, 2020
Iron Mountain Incorporated the storage and information management services company, today announced that a large U.S. Federal government civilian agency that is at the forefront of the nation's technological progress and achievement, is expanding its existing footprint to Iron Mountain data centers in Manassas, Virginia and Denver, Colorado. Iron Mountain is providing a colocation data center solution in support of the agency’s IT transformation initiatives....
GSA | January 05, 2021
The General Services Administration delivered the draft framework for its new governmentwide small business IT services contract, named Polaris, including a rundown of administration contributions covered under the contract and arising advances sellers ought to be set up to pitch as a feature of assignment request competitions.
The Polaris governmentwide acquisition contract, or GWAC, is set to supplant the disastrous Alliant 2 Small Business contract, which GSA suddenly dropped i...
Granicus | August 26, 2021
Granicus, the leading provider of cloud-based digital experience solutions for the public sector, today announced the acquisition of GovQA, the nation’s leading provider of public records and compliance workflow solutions for government.
With the addition of GovQA, Granicus continues to extend the capabilities of its Civic Engagement Platform, helping government officials deliver consistent, unified digital experiences to their communities while automating, streamlining and ...
MPA | April 02, 2020
The US government has stepped in to mitigate the coronavirus outbreak’s impact on the economy, which may otherwise leave millions unable to pay their mortgages. However, the government is putting borrowers on the honor system. The $2 trillion CARES Act, passed to stimulate the economy during the COVID-19 outbreak, allows borrowers affected by the outbreak to skip mortgage payments for up to a year, and then have those payments added on to the end of their loans....
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