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Wash Post: US Plans Issuance of Economic Sanctions to Tackle China’s Online Espionage

The White House is looking to impose sanctions on Chinese individuals and businesses that have used trade secrets stolen from the U.S. through cyber espionage, the Washington Post reported ...
Pentagon

GAO: DoD Lacks Strategy for Weapons Portfolio Management

The Defense Department needs an integrated approach to prioritize, evaluate and finance the department’s weapon procurement initiatives, according to a study by the Government ...
Charles Bolden

USAID, NASA Unveil SERVIR Environmental Data Sharing Hub in Thailand; Charles Bolden Comments

Charles Bolden The U.S. Agency for International Development and NASA have unveiled a new information center in Bangkok to facilitate sharing of space-derived weather and environmental ...
army vehicle

Report: Canada Interested in Buying Multirole Tactical Vehicles

The Canadian special operations forces command is looking to acquire a multirole ground tactical vehicle platform as the military unit increases its participation in international counterterrorism ...
USAID

48 USAID-Backed Projects Seek to Tackle Global Development Problems

The U.S. Agency for International Development has awarded $10 million in total grants to 48 research projects that aim to address disaster management, environmental and food security ...
Frank Kendall

Frank Kendall Eyes New Policy for DoD-Industry Dialogue on Independent R&D Projects

Frank Kendall Pentagon acquisition chief Frank Kendall plans to require contractors to hold technical interchange meetings with the Defense Department before and after they conduct ...
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Ivor D’Souza: CIOs Should Articulate, Promote IPv6 at Agencies

Ivor D’Souza, CIO of the National Institutes of Health‘s National Library of Medicine, believes both agency and IT managers should prepare for the transition of some government ...
Tony Scott

Tony Scott: IT O&M Spend Exceeds Platform Development

Tony Scott Federal CIO Tony Scott has said he believes information technology spending among federal agencies is “headed the wrong way,” FCW reported Wednesday. Scott told a Digital ...
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Kathryn Sullivan, Lawrence Strickling: Agencies Look to Satellites for Weather Forecasts

Developments in satellite technology have helped bolster the accuracy of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration‘s weather forecasting capabilities, said NOAA Administrator Kathryn ...
GSA

Laura Stanton: GSA Targets User Experience with Online Acquisition Portal

The General Services Administration has added automated contract search and cost estimation tools to the agency’s online portal for federal acquisition professionals and program ...