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Melissa Hathaway says her decision to leave had as much to do with fixing her work-life balance as it did with not getting cyber coordinator role. She says her impact from outside the government can be meaningful and significant. Hathaway has opened her own consulting firm and will work with Harvard and MIT on research and writing.
The former senior technology officer at the Defense Intelligence Agency gives the Daily Debrief his thoughts on the departure of Bob Lentz.
Military wants to expand pilot with Google, Microsoft to use their online databases to store health data. Tricare also wants to move away from centralized database.
Services wants to pre-qualify vendors to bid on next generation portal. DoD still must work out funding, governance issues.
All acquisition programs receiving added scrutiny
National Organizer, AFGE TSA
Attorney, AFGE TSA
Rep. Issa says acquisition reform must begin with defining inherently governmental. He also proposes to use third parties to help write contract requirements.
Tags: contracting , Rep. Darrell Issa , Jeff Liebman , OMB , Oversight and Government Reform Committee , Energy , U.S. Chamber of Commerce , Acquisition reform , inherently governmental , workforce , In-sourcing , A-76 , P&B
Deputy Secretary Lynn scheduled to make reveal plans during speech at CSIS.