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BGOV: Federal Spending on Insider Threat Detection Tech Could Surpass $1B in FY 2020

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The federal insider threat technology market is expected to exceed $1B in fiscal year 2020 driven by agencies’ spending on cybersecurity tools and services designed to detect and monitor malicious behavior in data use and employee networks, Bloomberg Government reported Thursday.

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General Dynamics IT Business Wins $201M VA DevOps Support Task Order

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General Dynamics’ (NYSE: GD) information technology business has won a potential three-year, $201M task order from the Department of Veterans Affairs to provide DevOps support services to help develop, customize and improve applications across the VA enterprise using Microsoft Dynamics 365 software, G2Xchange Health reported Wednesday.

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Halfaker Wins $189M Task Order to Help Transform VA Enterprise Services

Halfaker has secured a potential $189M task order to help the Department of Veterans Affairs simplify the process for military veterans to access and manage data, G2Xchange Health reported Thursday. VA awarded the Enterprise Services Integrated Platform support order via the Transformation Twenty-One Total Technology-Next Generation contract.

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Halfaker Team to Help Manage VA Customer Experience Under $244M Contract

A team composed of Halfaker and Associates, Deloitte and Medallia has won a potential five-year, $244M contract to help the Department of Veterans Affairs implement an enterprise-wide customer experience management platform. The industry team will update the surveying and dashboard functions of VA's Medallia-built platform under the Veteran Signals program, Halfaker and Associates said Wednesday.

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Alan Chvotkin from the Professional Services Council Reviews Cases Involving Protests of Contract Awards

In his debut column, Alan Chvotkin, executive vice president and counsel of the Professional Services Council, analyzes two recent cases involving the government contracting selection process. In each case contractors protested what they considered were flawed methods in the government’s source selection and filed a protest. Chvotkin reviews the implications …

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