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    DARPA seeks ideas on cyber vulnerabilities and recoveries

    Two recent solicitations invite researchers to look at what defense and resiliency will look like when defensive measures are able to thwart most known attack methods and adversaries look to exploit a new class of vulnerabilities. Read More

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    CMS extends Terremark's HealthCare.gov cloud-hosting duties -- again

    The latest delay in HP taking over hosting services will keep Terremark in place through the open-enrollment period. Read More

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    Census keeps it short

    Defying complaints about wordy solicitations, the Census Bureau’s appeal for a "mega-project management" solution is only 192 words long. Read More

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    FirstNet probes network design possibilities

    Assigned the task of organizing an interoperable, nationwide public safety network for first responders, FirstNet is exploring how to structure the network, as well as how to pay for it. Read More

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    VA fills in the blanks on scheduling needs

    The Veterans Affairs Department was seeking a new scheduling tool even before a scandal revealed deficiencies in its existing system. Here's the latest to-do list. Read More

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    In search of smarter buildings

    GSA is seeking new technologies to boost its Green Proving Ground program. Read More

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    DARPA solicits science to connect the dots

    The defense research agency’s goal is to facilitate big hypothesis generation and accelerate discovery. Read More

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    Meet your friendly neighborhood intel research shop

    IARPA is hosting its first-ever industry day over two days, Oct. 29-30. Read More

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    NOAA plots successor to climate modeling supercomputer

    NOAA's current weather and climate forecasting supercomputer system went online last July, but the agency is already seeking ideas to augment or replace it. Read More

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    Making a 22,000-mile service call

    DARPA is seeking robots that can do repair work on satellites in high orbits. Read More