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THE GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION RELEASES DRAFT OF NEW GOVERNMENT IT SERVICES

GSA | January 05, 2021

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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...

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SPARKCOGNITION DEPLOYS AI-BASED PREDICTIVE ANALYTICS ON BP FACILITIES

SparkCognition | August 03, 2020

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SparkCognition, the world's leading industrial artificial intelligence (AI) company, is pleased to announce the expansion of their relationship with bp, an integrated global energy business, to deploy AI predictive analytics in service of improving reliability and reducing carbon footprint in their operations. SparkCognition's SparkPredict®️ analytics solution is currently deployed on Atlantis and ETAP, two of bp's production facilities, enabling bp to predict impending equipment...

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U.S. AGRICULTURE SECRETARY SAYS NO NEED FOR MORE FARM AID AFTER CHINA TRADE DEAL

Reuters | January 21, 2020

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With China poised to increase purchases of U.S. agricultural goods this year as part of a Phase 1 China trade deal, the U.S. Agriculture Secretary said on Monday there is no need for a third year of trade-related aid for farmers. Farmers have increasingly relied on aid from the U.S. government to survive during the past two years as exports have lagged throughout the U.S.-China trade war. But USDA Secretary Sonny Perdue said China will soon begin buying U.S. farm goods to meet the $40 billion in...

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INFRASTRUCTURE,CYBERSECURITY

MICROAGE EXPANDS ITS CYBERSECURITY AND INFRASTRUCTURE EXPERTISE WITH THE ACQUISITION OF CSTOR

MicroAge | July 16, 2022

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MicroAge, The Digital Transformation Experts®, announced the acquisition of cStor, a leading provider of cybersecurity, modern infrastructure, and digital transformation solutions. The acquisition will expand MicroAge's robust digital transformation service offerings to provide enhanced solutions and services for its clients, including a mature cybersecurity practice as well as extensive data center delivery and networking engineering expertise. cStor was founded in 2002 b...

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GOVERNMENT BUSINESS

THE GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION RELEASES DRAFT OF NEW GOVERNMENT IT SERVICES

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...

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SPARKCOGNITION DEPLOYS AI-BASED PREDICTIVE ANALYTICS ON BP FACILITIES

SparkCognition | August 03, 2020

SparkCognition, the world's leading industrial artificial intelligence (AI) company, is pleased to announce the expansion of their relationship with bp, an integrated global energy business, to deploy AI predictive analytics in service of improving reliability and reducing carbon footprint in their operations. SparkCognition's SparkPredict®️ analytics solution is currently deployed on Atlantis and ETAP, two of bp's production facilities, enabling bp to predict impending equipment...

Read More
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U.S. AGRICULTURE SECRETARY SAYS NO NEED FOR MORE FARM AID AFTER CHINA TRADE DEAL

Reuters | January 21, 2020

With China poised to increase purchases of U.S. agricultural goods this year as part of a Phase 1 China trade deal, the U.S. Agriculture Secretary said on Monday there is no need for a third year of trade-related aid for farmers. Farmers have increasingly relied on aid from the U.S. government to survive during the past two years as exports have lagged throughout the U.S.-China trade war. But USDA Secretary Sonny Perdue said China will soon begin buying U.S. farm goods to meet the $40 billion in...

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INFRASTRUCTURE,CYBERSECURITY

MICROAGE EXPANDS ITS CYBERSECURITY AND INFRASTRUCTURE EXPERTISE WITH THE ACQUISITION OF CSTOR

MicroAge | July 16, 2022

MicroAge, The Digital Transformation Experts®, announced the acquisition of cStor, a leading provider of cybersecurity, modern infrastructure, and digital transformation solutions. The acquisition will expand MicroAge's robust digital transformation service offerings to provide enhanced solutions and services for its clients, including a mature cybersecurity practice as well as extensive data center delivery and networking engineering expertise. cStor was founded in 2002 b...

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