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Justice Dept. inspector general to audit body cam policies
The review comes months after the department announced a pilot program allowing — for the first time — federally deputized task force officers to use body-worn cameras while serving arrest warrants or making planned arrests.
Federal Hot Take Podcast Episode 2: Bid Protests
In this episode of Federal Hot Take, Amber Corrin, editor of Federal Times, and Mike Gruss, editor of C4ISRNET and Fifth Domain, talk about bid protests and the role they play in major acquisitions for government programs. Amber and Mike weigh in on the perception and reality of protests, possible solutions to make protests seem less foreboding and how protests can feel like a uniquely bad fit for software and cyber purchases.
Alliant 2 protests to go to court
Two companies have filed lawsuits with the U.S. Court of Federal Claims over the award of the General Service Administration’s Alliant 2 contract, hitting the breaks on the second version of GSA’s best-in-class Alliant vehicle.
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