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GovConJudicata Weekly Debrief (10/17–21)

This week's Weekly Debrief covers space domain technology, NASA's rationale for sole-source SLS award, DISA's Vulcan DevSecOps program, JADC2 spending, and GSA's Alliant 3 GWAC.


NextGov – Challenges in the Space Domain are Becoming ‘More Technologically Focused,’ Experts Say

  • "Space as a frontier is becoming increasingly important to the intelligence community, according to government experts that spoke at a panel hosted by the Professional Services Council on Thursday. The panelists noted that the U.S. must think about its priorities, including those in space, as the nation works on intelligence efforts, while also considering the role of corporations."

SpaceNews – NASA outlines case for making sole-source SLS award to Boeing-Northrop joint venture


DefenseScoop – DISA to launch 'Vulcan' DevSecOps program

  • "The Defense Information Systems Agency‘s cloud hosting and computing office is in the process of developing a continuous integration, continuous delivery (CI/CD) program called Vulcan to help spread DevSecOps software development principles and tools across the agency — and potentially wider"

BreakingDefense – JADC2 spending is sprawling. DoD should keep watch, but Let It Go.


FCW – GSA lifts curtains on the next Alliant contract

  • "The General Services Administration has given companies a first glimpse into the next iteration of the government-wide Alliant technology solutions and services contract vehicle. In a draft solicitation posted Thursday, GSA said the window for questions and comments regarding Alliant 3 is open through Jan. 6, 2023."

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