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Amazon.com Inc Tech Used in ObamaCare Website Revamp

Obamacare’s health insurance website, Healthcare.gov, is undergoing a revamp to remove certain critical glitches so that it runs more smoothly when people sign up for insurance next year, Reuters reports. Mike Segar writes that Amazon.com Inc’s web services unit is where the government is now turning for the revamp because …

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FedRAMP Deadline Looms on the Horizon

(FCW)—New waves are breaking in the waters of federal IT as the deadline for federal certification of security within cloud operations approaches. Agency officials and cloud service providers are among those riding the tide. The Office of Management and Budget set the deadline for June 5, granting vendors of cloud …

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Afghan Govt Looks to SkyLink Aviation and Afghan Jet International Partnership as Part of Effort to Bolster National Infrastructure and Aviation Sector

              Afghan officials announced last week that construction will soon start on a “major” aircraft maintenance workshop at Kandahar International Airport as more airlines plan to fly routes through the city and establish nearby operations. The development comes as more activity picks up surrounding …

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Michael Lopez-Alegria Talks His Transition From NASA Astronaut to Leading the Commercial Spaceflight Federation & the Benefits of the CSF Mission

Michael Lopez-Alegria brings a three-decade background of service from NASA and the U.S. Navy to his role as president of the Commercial Spaceflight Federation, a Washington-based trade association. The retired Navy captain and former astronaut has commanded one mission to the International Space Station and holds three records for U.S. …

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