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N.C. HHS Taps Maximus for State Medicaid Enrollment Broker Services; Bruce Caswell Quoted

Maximus has received a $17 million base contract from the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services to provide managed care enrollment broker services for the state’s Medicaid program. The company said Tuesday it will enroll, assist, educate and counsel eligible beneficiaries via phone, in-person interaction or online technology …

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ICF Gets Two Contracts for California DOT Environmental Services; David Freytag Quoted

ICF has received a pair of three-year contracts worth $15 million combined to provide on-call environmental services to California’s Department of Transportation. The company said Monday it will continue to develop policies and procedures for Caltrans’ environmental program under the first contract, won through a recompete. Work will support ongoing statewide efforts to …

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Zscaler’s App Access Platform Gets FedRAMP ATO From FCC; Stephen Kovac Quoted

The Federal Communications Commission has granted authority to operate for Zscaler‘s application access platform for compliance with security requirements under the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program. The company said Monday it can now offer the Zscaler Private Access-Government service to agencies that aim to manage sensitive apps and data in multiple …

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NTT Data Lands Spot on Alliant 2 IT Services Vehicle; Tim Conway Comments

NTT Data has secured a position on the second iteration of the General Services Administration‘s governmentwide contract vehicle for information technology services. Tim Conway, president of NTT Data’s public sector business, said in statement released Monday the company seeks to provide technology-based services to current and potential federal customers through the …

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Geospatial Industry Players Form Council to Guide Collaboration

Leaders from the geospatial world have formed a council that would facilitate collaboration in the industry, particularly among companies and representative trade organizations. Jack Dangermond, president of Redlands, Calif.-based Esri, provider of geographic information system software, web geographic information systems and geodatabase management applications, will serve as the chairman and …

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BAE Gets DARPA Contract to Develop Tactical Comms Security Platform

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has awarded a $4.4 million contract to BAE Systems to design and develop an integrated system that would help military users secure communications during tactical operations. BAE’s information and electronic systems integration business will perform work under DARPA’s Protected Forward Communications program, according to a FedBizOpps notice posted Wednesday. The …

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USAID Seeks Info on Correspondence Tracking Systems

The U.S. Agency for International Development has submitted a request for information on systems used to track correspondence documents. USAID is in need of a system that would automatically receive and categorize solicited and unsolicited correspondence, and notify officials for feedback and approval, the agency said Wednesday in a FedBizOpps notice. …

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Capture2 Helps Va.-Based Consulting Firm Secure Contracts With Tech

Line has adopted a Capture2-built software platform in a move to simplify the consulting services provider’s capture and proposal management process. Capture2 said Tuesday its technology helped Line win up to $44 million in contracts over a three-month period. Capture2Proposal is designed to integrate opportunity identification, capture management and secure proposal collaboration functions …

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