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The Defense Department | March 05, 2020

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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...

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Huawei | February 05, 2020

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The Trump administration is trying to accelerate efforts to break ties with Chinese tech giant Huawei when it comes to building out next-generation 5G cell networks, The Wall Street Journal reports. The goal is to create common engineering standards for 5G networks that would allow tech and telecom companies to use US-made equipment over Huawei’s. As it stands right now, Huawei is the world’s leading telecom hardware provider, and its best-in-class products are sold to large companie...

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Nextgov | April 23, 2020

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Defense agencies deploying robotic process automation are hitting technical and cultural issues as they explore scaling the tools across the enterprise. “There are a few agencies, I think, that have some pretty robust RPA implementations. The challenge I’ve seen in terms of scale is that we need to solve for a shared services model before we're able to accomplish the kind of scaling we’ve seen like in the commercial industry,” Rachael Martin, a Joint Artificial Intell...

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Amazon | March 21, 2020

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Four Democratic U.S. senators on Friday expressed concern in a letter to Amazon.com Inc Chief Executive Jeff Bezos that the world’s largest online retailer has not given enough support to warehouse staff during the coronavirus outbreak, according to a copy of the message seen by Reuters. The lawmakers, led by Cory Booker and including presidential candidate Bernie Sanders, pointed to a news report that said disinfectant wipes and sanitizers were in low supply at Amazon facilities. The lett...

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DEFENSE DEPARTMENT NEEDS TO CLEAN UP LAST OF LONGSTANDING BUSINESS IT ISSUES, WATCHDOG SAYS

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...

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US PUSHING TECH AND TELECOM INDUSTRIES TO BUILD 5G ALTERNATIVE TO HUAWEI

Huawei | February 05, 2020

The Trump administration is trying to accelerate efforts to break ties with Chinese tech giant Huawei when it comes to building out next-generation 5G cell networks, The Wall Street Journal reports. The goal is to create common engineering standards for 5G networks that would allow tech and telecom companies to use US-made equipment over Huawei’s. As it stands right now, Huawei is the world’s leading telecom hardware provider, and its best-in-class products are sold to large companie...

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DEFENSE IS EMBRACING ROBOTIC PROCESS AUTOMATION BUT IT’S NOT YET SCALING IT

Nextgov | April 23, 2020

Defense agencies deploying robotic process automation are hitting technical and cultural issues as they explore scaling the tools across the enterprise. “There are a few agencies, I think, that have some pretty robust RPA implementations. The challenge I’ve seen in terms of scale is that we need to solve for a shared services model before we're able to accomplish the kind of scaling we’ve seen like in the commercial industry,” Rachael Martin, a Joint Artificial Intell...

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U.S. SENATORS QUESTION AMAZON ON CORONAVIRUS SAFETY AT WAREHOUSES

Amazon | March 21, 2020

Four Democratic U.S. senators on Friday expressed concern in a letter to Amazon.com Inc Chief Executive Jeff Bezos that the world’s largest online retailer has not given enough support to warehouse staff during the coronavirus outbreak, according to a copy of the message seen by Reuters. The lawmakers, led by Cory Booker and including presidential candidate Bernie Sanders, pointed to a news report that said disinfectant wipes and sanitizers were in low supply at Amazon facilities. The lett...

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