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    In COVID relief, lawmakers look to help states with legacy IT

    A bipartisan group of lawmakers is urging House leaders to include funding for states to modernize their technology infrastructure with an eye to a cloud-first approach, shared services that deliver functionality to cities and towns and some oversight of state technology plans as a condition of receiving funding.

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    FCW Insider: May 26

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    Pentagon's AI chief: lack of enterprise cloud 'has slowed us down'

    The Joint Artificial Intelligence Center has been hampered by enterprise cloud program delays, but is pivoting with the Air Force's help. 05/22/2020

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    Pandemic duties for National Guard include cyber help

    The Maryland National Guard is doing its part to help hospitals and local government detect and deflect malicious online activity during the pandemic. 05/22/2020

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    Exit Interview: Bill Zielinski

    The General Services Administration can’t be shy about getting up close with its federal customers about technology, as the EIS telecom transformation and other efforts move ahead, Zielinski told FCW in an interview. 05/22/2020

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    The latest news and analysis from FCW's reporters and editors. 05/22/2020

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    The latest news and analysis from FCW's reporters and editors. 05/21/2020

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    The latest news and analysis from FCW's reporters and editors. 05/20/2020

  • Defense
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    Army eyes Kessel Run model to boost software capabilities

    The Army's chief technology officer, William Robinson, said the service is planning to emulate the Air Force's model to improve computing at the edge. 05/19/2020

  • IT Modernization
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    COVID-19 shifts network priorities

    Network infrastructure is a key to unlocking remote work in the new COVID environment, say agency CIOs. 05/19/2020

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