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Pentagon | April 06, 2020
The Defense Department urged a federal judge to grant its motion—filed in March— for a 120-day remand to reconsider the evaluation for its Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure contract. In a legal filing April 3, Justice Department attorneys representing the Pentagon said Amazon Web Services seeks a “do-over” of the JEDI contract Microsoft ultimately won in October. In late March, AWS—which is protesting the JEDI cloud contract award—asked Judge Patricia Ca...
CGI Federal | September 01, 2022
As federal agencies modernize their systems to process intragovernmental Buy/Sell transactions, CGI Federal has upgraded nearly 20 federal government clients in the past year to the latest versions of its ERP solution Momentum®, providing customers the functionality needed to comply with the latest federal mandates. This upgrade allows federal agencies to fully interact with the new U.S. Treasury Government-Invoicing (G-Invoicing) platform with full serviceability for their mission-critical ...
CyberSheath Services International, LLC | February 03, 2021
CyberSheath Services International today launched its Managed IT Services for Defense Contractors to ensure compliance with the new cybersecurity standards for commercial contractors of the United States government. The managed services include a Shared Security Compliance Framework to ensure compliance for both DFARS Clause 252.204-7012 / NIST SP 800-171 and the new DFARS 252.204-7019-7021 CMMC requirements.
When combined with CyberSheath’s existing Managed Compliance and S...
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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