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Air Force Medical Service Continues EHR Development Work

The Air Force Medical Service is working to develop a new electronic health record that can offer soldiers real-time data to help deliver treatment to wounded personnel deployed in harsh or isolated environments. The U.S. Air Force said Wednesday the Theater Medical -Information Program – Air Force project management office helps …

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Bloomberg: DoD Needs $530M Extra to Finish F-35 Development Phase

Defense Department officials estimate Pentagon will need an additional $530 million to finish the development phase of Lockheed Martin‘s F-35 fighter jet, Bloomberg reported Wednesday. Anthony Capaccio writes the F-35 program office asked for the money during a closed-door review conducted by the Defense Acquisition Board last month and the DoD continues to …

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Raj Shah: Defense Innovation Unit Experimental Eyes New Warfighting Tech, Industry Partnerships

Raj Shah, Defense Innovation Unit Experimental managing partner, has said DIUx wants to work with partners that can provide new technologies to the warfighters in support of the group’s mission to connect with technology companies, DoD News reported Thursday. Lisa Ferdinando writes DIUx has awarded 12 agreements worth $36 million total for products …

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GSA, OMB Approve USDA as Shared Service Provider of CGI’s Financial Mgmt Software

The General Services Administration and the Office of Management and Budget have selected the Agriculture Department to serve as a shared services provider of CGI’s financial management platform. OMB and GSA’s office of unified shared services management gave USDA’s financial management services division approval to offer CGI’s Momentum software to other …

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White House Eyes Software Product Security Ratings System

The White House is considering endorsing a cybersecurity ratings model developed by Peter Zatko’s Cyber Independent Testing Lab in an effort to help screen the safety level of software products, Nextgov reported Friday. Aliya Sternstein writes the White House’s cyber commission looks to include the CITL rating system in the group’s recommendations to …

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