Technology

Federal Procurement Data System’s Reporting Functions Will Migrate to Beta SAM Website in March

The General Services Administration will move the Federal Procurement Data System’s main reporting functions – administrative, standard, ad hoc and static – to the System for Award Management’s beta website by March 16, Nextgov reported Wednesday.

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NIST Releases Draft Guidance on Supply Chain Security

The National Institute of Standards and Technology has drafted a publication that aims to help commercial organizations reduce cyber risks in global supply chains. The publication, titled "Key Practices in Cyber Supply Chain Risk Management," lists ways to tackle cyber issues associated with newer information and communications technologies made by third-party entities, NIST said Tuesday.

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Gen. Gus Perna: Army Seeks Prepositioned Stock Growth in Pacific

Gen. Gus Perna, who leads Army Materiel Command, said Tuesday at a Defense Writers Group event that the service branch seeks to grow its stock of equipment pre-positioned in the Indo-Pacific, Defense News reported the same day. Perna said the service branch is working to expand Army pre-positioned stock in the Pacific, while the focus of APS growth still remains in Europe.

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Lt. Gen. John Thompson: USAF Space, Missile Center to Take More Risks

The U.S. Air Force's Space and Missile Systems Center plans to further engage nontraditional technology companies with an accelerated, high-risk approach this year, Space News reported Tuesday. Lt. Gen. John Thompson, who commands SMC, said at the SmallSat Symposium that the center will pursue calculated risks in efforts to demonstrate and prototype new technologies.

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