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Quick Hits: Sept. 4

*** Jay Nussbaum -- a co-founder of Agilex, two-time Federal 100 Award winner and former executive for several key government contracting firms -- died over the weekend.  Washington Technology's Nick Wakeman has a look back at Nussbaum's rich legacy in the federal IT community.

*** Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) is concerned that a new wireless network is going to compromise public-safety communications along the U.S.-Mexico border. GCN's Susan Miller has the details.

*** The Air Force awarded Leidos a $445 million contract for a wide range of both classified and unclassified Air Force National Capital Region IT services.  According to the Sept. 3 announcement, there were three bidders on the five-year project. 

*** Don't miss FCW's Sept. 11 Digital Transformation Workshop. Presenters at this half-day event include the Defense Digital Service's Katie Olson, the National Archives and Records Administration's Lisa Haralampus, the General Services Administration's David Harrity, the U.S. Digital Service's Florence Kasule and more.

Posted on Sep 04, 2019 at 3:27 AM


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