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    State Department eyes electronic health records

    The State Department plans to deploy a new global electronic health record system to support U.S. diplomatic missions worldwide. Read More

  • Army wants better crypto for radios

    The Army is preparing for a significant security upgrade for its battlefield equipment. Read More

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    Naval Research Lab wants cyber risk help

    The Naval Research Laboratory has plenty of IT systems that need certifying for cyber risk. Read More

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    DHS wants agile delivery services

    DHS is looking to capitalize on cloud computing, agile development and mobile technologies to find innovative ways to deliver IT services. Read More

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    Air Force looks for 'software-defined' spectrum

    The Air Force wants to use advances in software and hardware to make its radio communications more adaptable to various mission environments -- without sacrificing security. Read More

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    Navy to groom 'ethical hackers'

    So-called "red teamers" are in high demand and less-than-full supply at the Defense Department. Read More

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    DOJ wants a picture of the body-cam market

    Seeking to update its market survey, the Justice Department wants to hear what body-cam vendors have to offer. Read More

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    DARPA seeks to boost cyber attribution

    DARPA wants to use biometrics and other tools to improve a key element of U.S. cyber deterrence strategy. Read More

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    GSA seeks smart card-as-a-service

    The General Services Administration is looking for a solution that provides HSPD-12-compliant, governmentwide, contractor-managed services for the USAccess Program. Read More

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    Navy, Marines look to contractors for cyber training

    The Navy and Marine Corps are trying to build out their cyber workforce via a forthcoming contract to train personnel. Read More

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