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  • Writer's pictureJoshua Duvall

GovConJudicata Weekly Debrief (1/13–17)

This edition of the Weekly Debrief covers some interesting topics, such as fewer Army program budget cuts, Esper's generational-sized DoD reform, CISA alert on Windows 10 security flaw, Interior's $1.6 billion network contract, USPS cuts, and VA's new digital transformation metrics.



  • FCW – CISA alerts on NSA-discovered Windows 10 flaw

  • ​"The National Security Agency informed Microsoft about the existence of a previously unidentified flaw in the Windows 10 operating system that could allow a Man in the Middle attacker to spoof public key infrastructure certificates of trusted individuals."


  • Federal Times – Who won Interior’s $1.6B secure network contract?

  • ​"The Department of Interior awarded CenturyLink a contract potentially worth $1.6 billion for network security and IT modernization. Under the contract, a task order award under the GSA’s Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions program, CenturyLink will provide Interior with managed core network services and managed access services. The contract has a base period of one year, a CenturyLink spokesperson said. According to the news release, there are 11 one-year options through 2032."

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