What was the top reason for why contractors got their security clearances revoked by the Pentagon last year? Money problems. via 529 government contractors got their clearances taken away in 2013. Here’s why. – Washington Business Journal.
But it’s not classified, Ever Heard of Unclassified Controllable Information (UCI) ? via UCI – But it’s not classified! | Security First Associates.
Government contractors who have attempted to recently register or re-register in the SAM database have been confronted with new questions asking about an “immediate owner” and a “higher-level owner.” via SAM Registration And The “Immediate Owner” – SmallGovCon.
A procuring agency reasonably required all members of a SDVOSB set-aside GSA Contractor Team Arrangement to possess a certain Federal Supply Schedule contract and Special Item Number. via GSA Contractor Team Arrangement: SIN Restriction Upheld – SmallGovCon.
The Defense Information Systems Agency launched yesterday what it described as the first omnibus contract to provide a wide range of information technology services to the U.S. Cyber Command, including assistance for offensive and defensive cyber operations via DISA Kicks Off IT Contract to Support Cyber Command – Nextgov.com.
Chief information officers within and outside government increasingly have to bridge the worlds of business and technology, a trend that will only continue upward, according to federal CIOs. via What Do CIOs Do Again? – Nextgov.com.
The federal web development team 18F is building a one-stop portal for requests for government documents under the Freedom of Information Act. via FOIA portal, VistA bid, Army cyber and SANS templates — FCW.
The Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity doesn’t want to be known as a shadowy spy funding shop that tasks academics with projects like measuring trust or compiling a database of metaphors in all languages. via Meet your friendly neighborhood intel research shop — FCW.
The Interior Department’s $10 billion cloud services contract is generating considerable interest within the department and across government, according to the department’s top IT official. via Agencies show high interest in Interior’s $10B cloud contract | Federal Times | federaltimes.com.
Scathing as it was, the Government Accountability Office’s (GAO’s) recent report on the gaps and deficiencies of USAspending.gov left out a few things — problems that may give defense companies pause about relying too much on the government transparency website for business intelligence. via Analysis: More Gaps Found In US Contracts Website | Defense News … Continue reading