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    • After a long week that included two ice storms here in the Midwest, I hope you’re ready for a relaxing weekend.  But first, it’s Friday, which means that it’s time for the  SmallGovCon Week In Review.  In today’s edition, a Utah man pleads guilty to ...

    • The Institute for Public Procurement (NIGP) released the second part of a series on IT Software Procurement. The first practice on IT Procurement provided an overview of the four commodity types of software, hardware, services, and support, and maintenance. ...

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    • Federal agencies have been rushing to adopt drones for various uses like border surveillance by the Department of Homeland Security, weather monitoring by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, and inspections of decommissioned radiation ...

    • Newly announced, Tenderlake is a UK start-up of 2016 with a SaaS solution that leverages Artificial Intelligence to help organisations find and win more public tenders. It scours websites and marketing materials, then finds customers with open opportunities ...

    • Palm oil supply chains are complex as the fruit changes hands many times from farmers to agents before it reaches a mill. It is then transported via traders to refineries for further processing, when it enters a company's supply chain – explains Jakarta ...

    • Italy's Economy Ministry has sent Parliament a draft ministerial decree for the “approval of a multi-year programme for the acquisition of Medium Altitude Long Endurance remotely piloted aircrafts,” writes The MediTelegraph . The Air Force is likely ...

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