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Perspecta Inc. | December 21, 2020
Perspecta Inc. (NYSE: PRSP), a leading U.S. taxpayer driven organizations supplier, announced today that it was awarded an extension of the NGEN (Next Generation Enterprise Network) contract from the U.S. Division of the Navy with a most extreme roof estimation of $797 million, if all choices are worked out, for proceeded with conveyance of big business IT administrations. The inconclusive conveyance/uncertain amount (ID/IQ) contract includes an extension for a half year of help, from Jan.1, 202...
White House | March 25, 2020
The White House this week released its National Strategy to Secure 5G of the United States to formally frame how the nation will safeguard fifth-generation wireless infrastructure at home and abroad. The 7-page policy document sets forth the president’s “vision for America to lead the development, deployment, and management of secure and reliable 5G communications infrastructure worldwide, arm-in-arm with [its] closest partners and allies.” Its release marks President Trump&rsq...
The Defense Department | March 05, 2020
The Defense Department has made significant progress improving management of the IT used for its business processes but work on key areas remains, according to the latest roundup report from the Government Accountability Office. The department is the largest single organization in government and, per GAO, “one of the most complex organizations in the world.” As such, DOD’s business processes—all of which include an IT component—are similarly vast and complex. &ldquo...
Google | January 26, 2020
Google has begun charging law enforcement for access to user data, according to a report by the New York Times. The company is levying fees of $45 for a subpoena, $60 for a wiretap, and $245 for a search warrant, according to documents reviewed by the NYT. The company receives a high volume of requests from law enforcement agencies to hand over data about its users and has therefore decided to bring in charges to “offset the costs” of compiling this data. According to the report, Goo...
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