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Executive Mosaic is ecstatic to recognize Department of Homeland Security Chief Procurement Officer Paul Courtney with the 2024 Wash100 Award. Courtney earns the award due to his growth-minded leadership of DHS acquisition activities, which upholds a commitment to fostering private sector collaboration.

Now that the full Wash100 list is available, the popular vote contest has begun. Vote for your 10 favorite GovCon fixtures at Wash100.com!

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Dana Chisnell is a pioneer of civic design and customer experience in digital government spaces. Many U.S. states, government offices, and even election commissions in other countries have used her work to improve their approaches to human-centered design, digital services, and policymaking processes.   On January 25, 2024, Ms. Chisnell is scheduled to keynote the […] More

The Department of Homeland Security is seeking industry input on the feasibility of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency's Advanced Analytics Platform For Machine Learning project. In a notice posted Tuesday on SAM.gov, DHS' Office of Mission and Capability Support said it is looking into industry capabilities to support the cloud services requirements of the CAP-M research and development initiative.

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The Department of Homeland Security Immigration and Customs Enforcement recently awarded ICF a $32 million digital modernization task order under the Scalable Ways to Implement Flexible Tasks indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract. The global consulting and technology services provider said Thursday it will work to modernize ICE's homeland security investigations systems by building an enterprise-wide solution and other technologies using ServiceNow's low-code platform.

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Joel Meyer, former deputy assistant secretary for strategic initiatives at the Department of Homeland Security, was appointed president of public sector at enterprise artificial intelligence platform provider Domino Data Lab. He will be responsible for driving Domino's go-to-market strategy and spearheading its upcoming pursuit of authorization under the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program.

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Have you thought about some key players working tirelessly to ensure the smooth functioning of law enforcement systems?  Meet Tadgh Smith, the Deputy Assistant Director at the Department of Homeland Security for the Law Enforcement Systems and Analysis (LESA) division within the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). He drives the development of Enforcement and Removal […] More

The Department of Homeland Security is planning to award a contract worth up to $100 million to procure operations and maintenance services in support of its Student and Exchange Visitor Information System. According to an Acquisition Planning Forecast System notice, DHS requires design, development, test, deployment, O&M, engineering and security support for the web-based system that manages data on international students and exchange visitors.

Join the Potomac Officers Club’s 2023 Homeland Security Summit on Nov. 15 to learn about the U.S. government’s national security priorities and initiatives. Click here to register for the highly anticipated event.

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Blackberry has received a seven-year indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity award to build and maintain an emergency notification platform for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. Along with partner organizations American Systems and 4 Points Technology, Blackberry and its partners will provide its AtHoc software and related services to support the DHS’ new Super Enterprise for Personnel Emergency Notification System.

The Potomac Officers Club will host its 2023 Homeland Security Summit on Nov. 15. Top DHS officials will join industry experts to consider the department’s most pressing challenges and priorities. Click here to learn more, and click here to register.

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Leidos has secured a potential $918 million follow-on award from the Department of Homeland Security for network upgrades. Issued under the Homeland Enterprise Information Technology Secure Services and Support vehicle, the contract has a base period of one year and includes six one-year option periods, Leidos announced from its Reston, Virginia headquarters on Thursday. “Our team will […] More
Leidos has secured a potential $918 million follow-on award from the Department of Homeland Security for network upgrades. Issued under the Homeland Enterprise Information Technology Secure Services and Support vehicle, the contract has a base period of one year and includes six one-year option periods.Interested in learning more about DHS efforts to modernize? Join the Potomac Officers Club's 2023 Homeland Security Summit on Nov. 15. To learn more and register to attend, click here. More
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