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Say Goodbye To legacy technology!

clock 21 Jun, 2016 comment 24 Comments

Stuck with old technologies and need a jumpstart to the new age? Then you’ll want to know about the IT resolving fund worth $3.1 billion for IT modernization. The bill was introduced was first proposed by Federal Chief Information Officer Tony Scott and introduced by into the House by Maryland minority whip representative Steny Hoyer on April 11th, 2016. The fund, H.R. 4897, aims to distribute money through the GSA to agencies for the revamp of old, legacy technology in...



Schedule 70 SIN (HACS) proposed by GSA

clock 20 Jun, 2016 comment 4 Comments

In response to the emergent challenge of cyber security, President Obama is directing his Administration to implement a $19 billion-dollar Action Plan. Due to an increasingly digital world, Obama’s Cyber security National Action Plan (CNAP) is an attempt to secure long-term strategies in order to enhance cyber security protections and give Americans the ability to “take better control of their digital security.” CNAP requires that the GSA creates suitable procurement vehicles in coordination with DHS that will allow departments and agencies to...