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APFS Number
F2018042821 NAICS Code
541512 Component
United States Coast Guard Sub-component
C4IT (Command, Control, Communications, Computer & Information Technology
Contract Vehicle
Contract Dollar Range
$2,000,000 to $5,000,000 Small Business Program
TBD Contract Status
Recompetition
Incumbent
Chugach Federal Solutions Contract Number
HSCG44-12-D-TEDSSC Contract Complete
Aug. 26, 2024
Estimated Release
July 23, 2018 Anticipated Award Quarter
Q4 2018
POC Name
Roy Weber POC Phone
757-686-6758 POC Email
Roy.E.Weber@uscg.mil
Description
The Coast Guard has determined the need for services in support of the Biometrics at Sea System (BASS) equipped Coast Guard units. This support shall include system updates, deployment, maintenance support, onsite and remote support, collection and storage of operational metrics in a secured and controlled database, hardware and software configuration management, and training. The emphasis on the scope for BASS during this period is to assist the Coast Guard in transitioning sustainment support from the legacy SEEK II device deployed to several District 7 units to a tablet PC biometrically enabled device with deployment expansion throughout the Coast Guard; and continued engineering of BASS within the Coast Guard Domain Awareness portfolio.
APFS  USCG  biometrics 
4 days ago by dan.p.taylor
Acquisition Forecast | Acquisition Planning Forecast System
The Secure Flight Program in conjunction with programs within the Technology Solutions Division (TSD) has a requirement to support transitioning several program offices to an agile environment. Agile Coaching is required in order to transition the program offices of Secure Flight and TSD from its current practice and methods (primarily waterfall to agile). Basic requirements include the following: 1) Conducting a thorough review and analysis of the current business practices within the program; 2) Gathering information from each component on its mission to the program, to the organization and also to the Department; 3) Collaborating with Technology Leads; 4) Developing and documenting, aligning processes, procedures, and guidance documents to successfully transition the program components from their current processes to a more agile process; and 5) Support Government Program Managers and Technology Managers with implementing and providing Agile Coaching techniques to transition business areas to the documented agile business processes. In addition, agile coaches must be certified professionals in Scrum and SAFe 4.5 (certified by Scaled Agile Framework) and have specific experiences to include Scrum certified by Scrum Alliance or Scrum.org. Anticipated Strategy: DHS Strategic Sourcing Vehicle SEAD (Services for Enabling Agile Delivery)
agile  DHS  APFS  TSA 
8 days ago by dan.p.taylor
APFS to HFS+ Converter | Paragon Software Group
Fast and lossless conversion of APFS volumes into HFS+ volumes for your Mac by Paragon Software.
format  apfs  paragon  converter  diskutility  harddisk  hfsplus 
16 days ago by ferdinandfuchs
Is APFS fully supported yet? – The Eclectic Light Company
Time Machine backup drives cannot be in APFS format, but must either be in Journalled HFS+, or networked via SMB. As far as I can tell, Apple has given no indication as to whether the current version of Time Machine will ever support APFS, or what its solution will eventually be. Whatever the type of drive, if it is to be used for Time Machine backups, it must be in HFS+ format for the foreseeable future.

Shared storage is an interesting case. At present, AFP is deprecated but still works for drives which are not formatted in APFS. Networked drives which are formatted in APFS are not accessible by AFP, though, and can only be accessed using SMB or NFS. They cannot be used for Time Machine backups anyway.

etc
HighSierra  backups  mess  APFS  SMB  NFS  HFS+  AppleThings 
16 days ago by nodalpoint
Apple macOS Bug Reveals Passwords for APFS Encrypted Volumes in Plaintext
A severe programming bug has been found in APFS file system for macOS High Sierra operating system that exposes passwords of encrypted external drives in plain text.
Introduced two years ago, APFS (Apple File System) is an optimized file system for flash and SSD-based storage solutions running MacOS, iOS, tvOS or WatchOS, and promises strong encryption and better performance.
Discovered by forensic analyst Sarah Edwards, the bug leaves encryption password for a newly created APFS volume (e.g., encrypting USB drive using Disk Utility) in the unified logs in plaintext, as well as while encrypting previously created but unencrypted volumes.
"Why is this a big deal? Well, passwords stored in plaintext can be discovered by anyone with unauthorized access to your machine, and malware can collect log files as well and send them off to someone with malicious intent," Edwards said.
10.13  APFS  bug  encryption  macOS  passwords  privacy  security 
4 weeks ago by rgl7194
Acquisition Forecast | Acquisition Planning Forecast System
APFS Number
F2017038527 NAICS Code
541611 Component
United States Coast Guard Sub-component
Headquarters Command
Contract Vehicle
GSA Dollar Range
$10,000,000 to $20,000,000 Small Business Program
TBD Contract Status
Recompetition
Incumbent
Booz Allen Hamilton Contract Number
HSCG23-13-J-ADW182 Contract Complete
Nov. 13, 2023
Estimated Release
Aug. 1, 2018 Anticipated Award Quarter
Q1 2019
POC Name
Gerald Slater POC Phone
202 475 3487 POC Email
gerald.slater@uscg.mil
Description
The contractor shall review acquisition program documents and plans for content, consistency, accuracy, completeness and relevancy. The Major Systems Acquisition Manual (MSAM) and Non-Major Acquisition Process (NMAP) identify the acquisition program documents and plans requiring review as part of the ongoing concurrent clearance process documented in the MSAM. The contractor shall document their findings and recommendations. The contractor shall review the Acquisition Directorate (CG-9) Investment Evaluation Submission and Tracking (INVEST) System, formerly Quarterly Program Management Reports (QPMR) comparing information in this report with DHS source data systems identifying INVEST discrepancies and recommending actions that address and resolve issues concerning data accuracy and consistency. The primary DHS data source systems that included, formerly the Next Generation Reporting System (nPRS) and the Investment Management System (IMS). The contractor shall document their findings and recommendations. The contractor shall review existing USCG acquisition policies for alignment with DHS policies and latest USCG process, procedures, lessons learned and current best practices. The primary policy documents include the MSAM (CI M5000.10 Series), NMAP (CI M5000.11 Series), and Coast Guard Acquisition Management Roles and Responsibilities (CI 5000.12 Series). The contractor shall document their findings and recommendations pertaining to improving acquisition program management and governance. The contractor shall coordinate, schedule and faci
APFS  USCG 
5 weeks ago by dan.p.taylor
Acquisition Forecast | Acquisition Planning Forecast System
APFS Number
F2018041867 NAICS Code
541512 Component
Immigration and Customs Enforcement Sub-component
Enforcement and Removal Operations
Contract Vehicle
DWAC/EAGLE II Dollar Range
$20,000,000 to $50,000,000 Small Business Program
None Contract Status
New Requirement
Estimated Release
July 20, 2018 Anticipated Award Quarter
Q4 2018
POC Name
Diane Devendorf POC Phone
202-732-3411 POC Email
Diane.S.Devendorf@ice.dhs.gov
Description
This project will develop a self-service kiosk system, the Compliance Assistance Reporting Terminal (CART), to automate the check-in process for aliens with reporting requirements on the non-detained docket. Because of the routine and repetitive nature of non-detained docket reporting, much of the process can be automated, freeing up ICE resources for higher-risk cases and enforcement priorities. Low-risk populations with a history of compliance with immigration proceedings are envisioned as the initial population for CART. The CART business process will account for many of the steps identified in the current non-detained reporting process, including the following functionality: • Capturing and submitting fingerprints to validate the alien’s identity (which is an enhancement over the visual verification used by officers today) • Utilizing existing system data to conduct a search for any recent criminal history activity (criminal encounters, wants/warrants and disposition of previous criminal encounters); • Permitting the alien to input new data (e.g., change of address, phone number or job status; request to speak to officer) into the system; and • Informing the alien of a subsequent check-in date, or prompting the alien to report to appropriate ICE staff for immediate follow-up actions • Populating relevant data and outcomes to ICE case management system The proposed system will consist of a touchscreen display, fingerprint scanner, camera, and printer integrated into a standing ATM-style kiosk. The software will be 508-compliant and will support multiple languages. The kiosk system will require integration with existing federal IT systems and databases including Enforce Integrated Database (EID) and ENFORCE Alien Removal Module (EARM) for case information; Interstate Identification Index (III)/Next Generation Identification (NGI) for up-to-date criminal history; NCIC for wants/warrants check; and Automated Biometric Identification System (IDENT) for fingerprint verification, using existing services. With the exception of fingerprint verification and reporting capabilities, all steps in the process are already performed by a Deportation Officer during in-person reporting sessions. No additional systems are queried, no additional information is collected from the subject or queried systems, and no additional populations are involved.
APFS  ICS 
5 weeks ago by dan.p.taylor
Acquisition Forecast | Acquisition Planning Forecast System
The Office of Requirements & Capabilities Analysis (ORCA) Analysis Division (AD) Systems & Risk Analysis Branch (SRAB) requires a classified services contract to provide strategic adversary analytic support to inform the threat element of its risk models and to perform independent advisory and validation support to ensure risk models and assessments are methodologically sound, effective, and unbiased.
APFS  TSA 
6 weeks ago by dan.p.taylor
Acquisition Forecast | Acquisition Planning Forecast System
APFS Number
F2017040176 NAICS Code
541611 Component
CBP Sub-component
Office of Administration
Contract Vehicle
DWAC/OASIS Dollar Range
over $100 million Small Business Program
None Contract Status
Recompetition
Incumbent
CSRA / GDIT and ManTech SRS Technologies, Inc Contract Number
HSBP1016J00388 and HSBP1017C00075 Contract Complete
Dec. 31, 2019
Estimated Release
June 30, 2018 Anticipated Award Quarter
Q1 2019
POC Name
Jeffrey Mason POC Phone
571-468-7566 POC Email
JEFFREY.L.MASON@cbp.dhs.gov
Description
The Customs and Border Protection (CBP), Enterprise Services (ES), Office of Acquisition (OA) requires contractor support services to support activities associated with that office. The OA Offices requiring support services are the Assistance Commissioner AC) and the Executive Staff, Component Acquisition Executive (CAE), Mission Support Division (MSD)Acquisition Governance and Oversight (AGO), Business Operations Division (BOD), Systems Engineering Division (SED), Logistics and Sustainment Division (L&S) and the Acquisition Management Division (AMD) to perform various program and project support services. These services include: Project Management, Acquisition Support; Performance, Planning and Metrics Support; Business Operations Division Support; Risk-Based Decision System Support; Task Order Management Support; and Transitional Planning Support. A RFQ is anticipated under the Department of Home and Security directed Strategic Source Contract vehicle administered the General Services Administration (GSA) One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services (OASIS) contract, in June 2018 with task order award in 1st quarter FY19.
APFS  CBP 
7 weeks ago by dan.p.taylor
Use Disk Utility to Partition Drives and Create APFS Containers | Other World Computing Blog
With the advent of APFS (Apple File System) with macOS High Sierra, Disk Utility acquired some additional capabilities that allow it to work with APFS and its support for containers.
howto  filesystem  reference  container  apfs 
9 weeks ago by ferdinandfuchs
Understanding APFS: The New File System from Apple | Beebom
TRIM is a command used by the Operating System to inform the SSD which blocks of data are no longer in use and can be cleared.
APFS  trim  mac 
11 weeks ago by quellen

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