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Fluree | August 28, 2021
Fluree, a market leader in secure data management, has been actively working with the U.S. Department of Defense, the U.S. Air Force and the U.S. Department of Education as public sector entities issue data decrees amidst a broad move towards data sharing and growing concerns over cyberattacks.
Collaborative efforts ensure data integrity and secure data sharing, which can prevent future cyberattacks via Fluree’s cryptographically secured data-centric architecture. This comes...
Cartegraph | July 04, 2022
Cartegraph, a leader in infrastructure asset management software, has announced the launch of its right-of-way permitting solution for city and county public works, engineering, and transportation departments. By adding Cartegraph for Right-of-Way Permitting to its suite of asset management, work order, resource planning and facility management solutions, the organization assists municipalities in saving time and tax dollars by streamlining the permitting process.
Pegasystems | October 06, 2022
Pegasystems Inc. (NASDAQ: PEGA), the low-code platform provider that builds agility into the world's leading organizations, today announced Pega Government LLC, a new corporate entity uniquely positioned to service the product requirements and compliance demands for United States government clients. With initial sponsorship from the United States Department of Justice, Pega Government LLC will architect, deliver, and support all cleared work for multiple federal and defense agencies as well ...
Amazon | April 16, 2020
The Pentagon's process for awarding a highly lucrative cloud computing contract to Microsoft instead of Amazon was in line with legal and government purchasing standards, a government watchdog agency said Wednesday. The Defense Department inspector general found no evidence of White House interference in the contract award process. But the report said investigators could not fully review that aspect of the matter because the White House would not allow unfettered access to witnesses. The con...
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