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GSA Calls for Industry Feedback on NS2020 Enterprise IT Acquisition Vehicle

The General Services Administration is seeking industry opinions on a federal procurement strategy designed to help agencies order information technology and telecommunication services from vendors. GSA’s Federal Acquisition Service wants contractors to submit their feedback for the NS2020 Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions program, the agency said Tuesday in a FedBizOpps request …

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Walt Havenstein Enters New Hampshire Governor’s Race

Walt Havenstein, former CEO of Science Applications International Corp. and BAE Systems, intends to run for governor in New Hampshire as a Republican, Concord Monitor reported April 2. Havenstein has also filed the documents to form his campaign committee, according to the report. “Our state is at a critical juncture, and …

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USFCR Seeks Vendor Info for Contract Opportunities

The U.S. Federal Contractor Registration office has urged businesses that are seeking to bid for government contracts to update their System for Award Management information or be listed on the office’s roster. Nearly 600,000 companies are registered on SAM.gov and a large number of them have misspellings, incomplete information and …

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US Military Academy Launches Cyber Research Org

The U.S. Military Academy in West Point, N.Y. has formed a new organization that will research methods for helping Pentagon organizations to fight cybersecurity threats, Army Times reported Monday. Joe Gould writes the Army Cyber Institute will aim to develop a new generation of cyber professionals and train operational cyber forces. …

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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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