Top Suppliers Highlighted in Global Military Virtual Training Market Report

31 Oct 2019
The “Military Virtual Training Market” shares the potential supply and demand, value, competition of the market as well as the top players to watch within this emerging market. Different organizations, manufacturers, and vendors also play a role in the market.  These top players are employing...

How NASA Wants to Explore AI

23 Jul 2019
NASA is seeking to address barriers with advanced technology in artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning. Specifically, the organization is looking to apply AI to aeronautics, operations, human capital, and IT support.  Improvements to projects can take significant strides with machine...

Addressing Cybersecurity Threats for State, Local Governments

17 Jul 2019
State and local governments face looming cybersecurity threats but emerging tech may be able to address the issues Cybersecurity in America is a complicated topic. Federal and state organizations rely on different network construction to protect valuable data. The federal government is heavily...

Air Force Awards Another IT-as-a-Service Contract

15 Jul 2019
Accenture Federal Services is now responsible for providing IT services to eight Air Force bases in lieu of the Air Force pivoting enterprise IT-as-a-service (EITaaS) to commercial companies. The EITaaS initiative will provide basic IT infrastructure and services to free up Air Force service...

NASA Awards 248 Small Business Contracts to Support Moon Mission

8 Jul 2019
Americans will be back on the Moon by 2024 –– a bold aim of the Trump Administration expressed March of this year. President Trump has signed off the implementation of the Space Policy Directive-1. He received a unanimous recommendation from the National Space Council to expedite regulations...

Federal IT Market Grew by 10 Percent in Fiscal 2018

3 Jul 2019
The Trump administration is making significant commitments to bolster information technology (IT) infrastructure. The federal government outlines intentions of substantial investments in digital services for citizens, upgrading information security, and data-driven decision making in the...

Public Spend Forum’s Public Procurement Weekly Roundup

21 Jun 2019
ECS lands a $276 million cyber award from DHS to deliver an advanced CDM Dashboard, Philadelphia plans to revise its procurement policies to support minority-owned businesses, and AR/VR tech continues to transform how governments use data and more efficiently offer improved services. All this and...

Utah Drone Company Could Win $100M Army Contract

21 Jun 2019
The U.S. Army placed a ban on Chinese drones a few years ago due to cybersecurity concerns. In the wake of such restrictions, there is now a demand for American-friendly drones to meet the Army’s combat expectations. Some of the requirements include flying up to 3 kilometers high, maintain 30...

Cloud Players: Who’s Who in the Government Market According to GovTech

21 Jun 2019
There are a handful of large-scale, well-established big wigs in the cloud industry. Amazon Web Services and Microsoft are the heaviest hitters in the Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) market, closely trailed by Google, IBM, and Oracle. However, GovTech uncovered a surprising reality when it...

Public Spend Forum’s Public Procurement Weekly Roundup

14 Jun 2019
GSA released an RFI on the agency’s plan to consolidate its 24 existing schedules into one contract vehicle and plans for a civilian DEOS cloud contract for agencies’ back-office functions. All this and more in Public Spend Forum’s Weekly Roundup for June 14, 2019. GSA Releases RFI on...

Public Spend Forum’s Public Procurement Weekly Roundup

31 May 2019
Robotics process automation use across government “is exploding,” DHS awards $276M contract for CDM dashboard, and Congress renews their JEDI objections. All this and more in Public Spend Forum’s Weekly Roundup for May 21, 2019. Procurement Chiefs Watching the Spread of RPA Robotics process...