Posts from GovCon Daily for 06/15/2015

Emile Monette: GSA Begins Work on Cyber Risk Framework for IT Systems Acquisitions

The General Services Administration has started to develop a cybersecurity risk profile for federal agencies to use when they purchase information technology products and services, Federal News Radio reported Friday…
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Jaime Bohnke Appointed Supply Chain VP at Northrop

Jaime Bohnke, a former vice president and chief procurement officer at energy company PPL Corp., has been appointed vice president of corporate supply chain at Northrop Grumman (NYSE: NOC). The company said Monday Bohnke will report to Mark Caylor — chief strategy officer and president of Northrop’s enterprise services division — and will oversee the firm’s supply chain processes and programs, compliance, procurement services and benchmarking efforts…
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GSA Opens Solicitation for Rooftop Solar Power Purchase Agreement

The General Services Administration has issued a solicitation for the installation of solar power systems on rooftops of government buildings in Washington under a potential 20-year power purchase agreement…
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Erin Thede: US Army Reserve Works with Private Sector to Build Up Cyber Forces

Erin Thede, director of employer partnership office within the U.S. Army Reserve, has offered details of how the Reserve trains cyber forces who will work for the U.S. Cyber Command in an interview with Federal Times published Saturday…
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Anne Rung: Future ‘Digital Procurement Corps’ to Drive Agile, Modular Acquisitions

The government is planning to provide specialized training to agency contracting officers in an effort to create a digital-savvy team that will work on technology acquisition programs, Nextgov reported Friday…
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