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19 Jun: Appeals Court Ruling Opens Can of Worms

TAKE NOTE (Insights and Emerging Technology) A whole new category of protests could open up for situations where prime contractors decide to custom-build their solutions. A federal court has ruled that a commercial company can protest if its product is not part of a solution that a prime contractor proposes for a customer. If the decision holds, it could send shockwaves…

18 May: The Impact of AI on Proposal Writing

TAKE NOTE (Insights and Emerging Technology) Artificial Intelligence (AI) is reshaping the landscape of proposal writing, offering a wide range of advantages that extend beyond just automation. Incorporating artificial intelligence (AI) technology into the process of business development, capture, and proposal management is becoming increasingly competitive. It is projected that this year, around half of the government contractors will utilize…

22 Apr: Army Releases First Version of Unified Data Reference Architecture

TAKE NOTE (Insights and Emerging Technology) The Army has released the first version of its Unified Data Reference Architecture (UDRA), service officials announced during the Association of the United States Army’s Global Force Symposium. UDRA will address the challenge of improving the Army’s current data architecture, which is “complex and focused on networks, systems and message protocols for moving and…

20 Mar: Federal Agencies’ Return-to-Office Plans

TAKE NOTE (Insights and Emerging Technology) Many agencies began implementing their planned decreases to telework in fall 2023. But left unsatisfied, the Biden administration has taken a more hardline approach to office reentry. White House Chief of Staff Jeff Zients told agency heads that some are “not where they need to be” on office reentry. A few agencies, however, have…

25 Feb: CIO-SP4 Lawsuits Continue To Pile Up

TAKE NOTE (Insights and Emerging Technology) More companies have gone to the U.S. Court of Federal Claims with complaints over how the $50 billion IT vehicle is being managed. The $50 billion CIO-SP4 contract has drawn more protesters at the U.S. Court of Federal Claims as four more companies have joined the fray this week. Eight companies in total have…

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