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Sep 16, 2021

 

A presidential administration still in its first year can mean shifting contracting priorities and policies. Additionally, the past 18 months of a worldwide pandemic have shifted public sector IT priorities for firms and agencies alike.

 

Todd Gustafson is President of HP Federal, and An Nguyen is President of NCS...


Sep 15, 2021

As the Delta variant of COVID-19 has changed the federal government’s calculus in combating the pandemic, the White House is putting into place new vaccine mandate requirements for federal employees and contractors. President Joe Biden announced the new rules last week.

Courtney Bublé writes the Coronavirus Roundup...


Sep 14, 2021

The bipartisan 9/11 commission recommended dozens of changes to information sharing and intelligence gathering. The war in Afghanistan initially focused the post-Sept. 11 military, while the Authorization for Use of Military Force kick-started the Global War on Terror. In these and other ways, the American response to...


Sep 13, 2021

The Sept. 11 attacks exposed vulnerabilities in American antiterrorism policy and execution. The government and public wanted to know what went wrong and what could be done to prevent further attacks. To better answer these and other pressing questions, President George W. Bush and Congress established The National...


Sep 10, 2021

Congress passed the Authorization for Use of Military Force as a joint resolution a week after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. The AUMF authorized the use of the military against terrorist organizations and every president since George W. Bush has interpreted that authority to extend operations beyond al Qaeda and the...