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    DHS acquisitions are steady despite CIO departure

    Technology procurement at the Department of Homeland Security remains on steady ground despite the departure of CIO Dr. John Zangardi earlier this month for an industry job, according to the agency's top acquisition official. 11/21/2019

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    Zangardi out at DHS

    John Zangardi, CIO for the Department of Homeland Security, sent an email to staff Friday announcing he would be stepping down. 11/15/2019

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    Chad Wolf poised to take over DHS

    The Senate confirmed Wolf as undersecretary for the Office of Strategy, Policy and Plans, clearing the way for him to advance to replace Kevin McAleenan as acting head of the Department of Homeland Security. 11/13/2019

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    Air Force gears up for first 'connect-a-thon'

    Will Roper, the Air Force's acquisition head, said one of the best ways to prove budget needs to Congress is to show effects in the first event that centers around virtually connecting aircraft platforms. 11/12/2019

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    Alan Thomas to advise investment firm on tech

    The General Services Administration's former top acquisition service official has a new job at an investment firm's cloud and cyber solutions company. 11/12/2019

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