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Bill Zielinski: GSA Close to $50B IT, Telecom Services Contract Award Announcement

The General Services Administration expects to award in the next few weeks a potential 15-year, $50 billion contract vehicle for information technology, infrastructure and telecommunication services, FedTech reported Thursday. GSA is “a couple of weeks off” from awarding the Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions contract, Bill Zielinski, deputy assistant commissioner for IT category management at …

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Brocade’s Anthony Robbins Suggests Accelerated Adoption of Agile Networks in Federal IT

Anthony Robbins, vice president of federal sales at data center network provider Brocade, believes federal information technology managers need to step up adoption of agile networking technologies to keep up with growing traffic and data, he writes in an op-ed for FCW published Tuesday. Robbins writes that the federal government has started to realize …

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DOE, NSF Explore Software-Based Networking in Research

The Energy Department and National Science Foundation have invested in research projects that aim to develop software-defined networking tools to address complex networks, FCW reported Monday. John Moore writes DOE’s Energy Sciences Network program is exploring the use of an SDN-based communications protocol to manage data-intensive scientific workloads. Several academic …

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