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Oracle faces huge challenge in salvaging Cerner contract with VA
Cerner has been struggling with the VA, which oversees the nation’s largest integrated healthcare system, on a massive data implementation contract. Oracle now owns the problem - literally- and more is at stake than transforming healthcare as the companies touted in a scripted presentation last month.
Federal contract workers deserve better pay, Congress can help
Today, the federal contract workers who are arguably struggling the most are those employed by companies operating under the Service Contract Act. These “blended federal workforce” employees typically consist of individuals from low-income communities – often women of color – performing work such as housekeeping.
Lockheed’s Sikorsky wins $2.3 billion Army Black Hawk multi-year contract
The Army and Lockheed Martin's Sikorsky have finalized its tenth multi-year contract for the UH-60M Black Hawk helicopter as the service prepares to keep it in the fleet for several more decades as it continues to develop the Future Long-Range Assault Aircraft intended to replace the utility helicopter.
Using the 5Cs of fraud prevention in government programs
By detecting anomalies in data using advanced technologies such as artificial intelligence and machine learning, agencies are able to identify nefarious activity and stop it before more costly and malicious activity occurs. Actionable information extracted from data can also enable agencies to detect and prevent fraud before it happens.
Pentagon recovered millions from contractors using tip line, report shows
The DoD recovered $13.2 million in six months from private contractors who committed violations in connection with awards, which represents the majority of the money recovered through investigations of allegations initially reported to the DoD Hotline for fraud, waster and abuse.
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