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SuperCom | July 22, 2022
SuperCom (NASDAQ: SPCB), a global provider of secured solutions for the e-Government, IoT, and Cybersecurity sectors, announced today that it has secured a new contract to deploy its Pure Security suite of electronic monitoring with a new customer in South California.
This customer is a long-standing provider of products and services to the Criminal Justice market with primary operations in the southern part of California. SuperCom's proprietary electronic monitoring products ...
Google | July 14, 2020
Google Cloud today announced the private beta launch of Assured Workloads for Government, the company’s version of what some of its competitors would call their “government cloud.” With Assured Workloads for Government, Google Cloud ensures that government agencies and their contractors can ensure that all data stays in its U.S. regions. Government agencies can also limit access to Google Cloud support personnel based on their citizenship, background check and geography. ...
ProPricer | June 16, 2022
ProPricer, the leading proposal pricing solution for government contractors and agencies, announced that it had entered a partnership with Deltek, the leading global provider of software and solutions for project-based business. ProPricer has joined Deltek's Marketplace to provide Deltek Costpoint and Deltek Cobra customers with direct access to the ProPricer pricing platform.
Government contracting, particularly pricing, has unique needs and challenges. ...
Microsoft | February 05, 2020
Microsoft, Dell, and AT&T are three of the names involved in the project, according to a report from the WSJ, with others likely to be added as the work on the 5G alternative advances. What the government hopes to achieve is a common engineering standard, with Microsoft and its partners to build 5G software essentially allowing the use of hardware from any manufacturer. So technically, the US authorities want to keep Huawei out of its 5G network, and it hopes other states would do the same o...
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