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APFS Number
F2017036928 NAICS Code
541611 Component
DHS HQ Sub-component
Management Directorate
Contract Vehicle
DWAC/PACTS II Dollar Range
over $100 million Small Business Program
SDVOSB Contract Status
New Requirement
Estimated Release
May 11, 2018 Anticipated Award Quarter
Q3 2018
POC Name
Akosua Tyus-Ali POC Phone
202-447-5374 POC Email
akosua.ali@hq.dhs.gov
Description
The purpose of this procurement is to acquire Program Management Support services for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO), including Project Management, Performance Management, Business Intelligence Support, Financial Management Support, Business Management Support, Security Support, Financial Analysis and Requisition Support, Enterprise Network Security Support, Information System Contingency Planning Support, Human Resource Management Support and Logistics Management Support services.
APFS  DHS 
2 days ago by dan.p.taylor
Acquisition Forecast | Acquisition Planning Forecast System
APFS Number
F2018040716 NAICS Code
541611
Component
United States Coast Guard Sub-component
Headquarters Command
Contract Vehicle
DWAC/OASIS Dollar Range
$2,000,000 to $5,000,000
Small Business Program
WOSB Contract Status
Recompetition
Incumbent
Quality Management International, INC
Contract Number
GS-10F-0075N/HSCG23-13-F-HBI001 Contract Complete
June 3, 2022
Estimated Release
April 23, 2018 Anticipated Award Quarter
Q3 2018
POC Name
Judee Brandt POC Phone
202-365-0440
POC Email
Judee.E.Brandt@uscg.mil
Description
The U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) Office of Plans, Metrics and Business Analysis (DCMS-55) requires user support, training support management, and functional and technical expertise for the Coast Guard Business Intelligence (CGBI) system. The continuous use of technology and routine system modifications require the Program Office to offer CGBI support to users. Contractors will be providing users with functional and technical expertise in the operation and analysis of CGBI information. Contractor support will also aid in ensuring the stability of the learning/teaching environment provided to military personnel, despite its highly dynamic nature. Additional contracted support and management is required to address the high demand for support, improve and expand current support services, and develop new instructional tools. Contractor shall have experience with Business Intelligence systems, tools and processes, preferably with the CGBI system, products, and tools. In addition, prior knowledge of IBM COGNOS tools is recommended. Filter Forecast Print Friendly Results | Acquisition Planning Forecast System Page 2 of 3 http://
CGBI  USCG  APFS 
15 days ago by dan.p.taylor
Acquisition Forecast | Acquisition Planning Forecast System
APFS Number
F2017036927 NAICS Code
541611 Component
DHS HQ Sub-component
Management Directorate
Contract Vehicle
DWAC/PACTS II Dollar Range
$50,000,000 to $100,000,000 Small Business Program
SDVOSB Contract Status
New Requirement
Estimated Release
April 17, 2018 Anticipated Award Quarter
Q3 2018
POC Name
Akosua Tyus-Ali POC Phone
202-447-5374 POC Email
akosua.ali@hq.dhs.gov
Description
The purpose of this procurement is to obtain Communications Support Services for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO), including SharePoint Site Development, SharePoint Maintenance, Website Design, Website Maintenance, Audit Communications, Technical Writing, Graphic Design, Strategic Planning Communications, Infrastructure Change Control Board Communications, Correspondence Management, Media and Marketing Communications, Telecommunications Order Management and Performance Management System Design and Performance Management Communications and New and Social Media support services. Incumbents: -Potomac Wave (HSHQDC-15-J-00020) -Insight (HSHQDC-15-J-00191) -EGlobalTech (HSHQDC-15-J-00442) -BlackStone (HSHQDC-16-F-00076)
DHS  CIO  APFS 
21 days ago by dan.p.taylor
macOS 10.13 High Sierra Stores APFS Encrypted Disk Passwords in Plaintext | The Mac Security Blog
Uh oh! macOS and iOS forensic analyst, Sarah Edwards, recently reported on a bug in macOS X 10.13 High Sierra that stores passwords to encrypted external APFS volumes in plaintext. These passwords are stored in system log files and can easily be retrieved with a simple terminal command.
Apple always publishes security notes after system updates are released, which we inform our readers of on The Mac Security Blog, but Apple's notes typically do not list every issue. In the case of this bug, Apple addressed it in High Sierra version 10.13.1, but made no mention of it in their security release notes. This bug was likely a result of other APFS encryption related bugs (or at least somehow related to it), so perhaps Apple felt it didn't need to provide the additional details.
security  privacy  bug  macOS  10.13  APFS  encryption  passwords 
24 days ago by rgl7194
macOS High Sierra Logs Encryption Passwords in Plaintext for APFS External Drives
macOS High Sierra users are once again impacted by a major APFS bug after two other major vulnerabilities affected Apple's new filesystem format in the last five months.
This time around, according to a report from Mac forensics expert Sarah Edwards, recent versions of macOS High Sierra are logging encryption passwords for APFS-formatted external drives in plaintext, and storing this information in non-volatile (on-disk) log files.
The issue, if exploited, could allow an attacker easy access to the encryption password of encrypted APFS external volumes, such as USB thumb drives, portable hard drives, and other external storage mediums.
This bug goes against all well-established Apple development and security rules, according to which apps and utilities should use the Keychain app to store valuable information, and should definitely avoid storing passwords in cleartext.
security  privacy  bug  macOS  10.13  APFS  encryption  passwords 
24 days ago by rgl7194
APFS Bootable Clone With Command Line
After multiple trial and error attempts, we finally mastered APFS and are ready to share the knowledge on creating APFS bootable backup with macOS command line.
apfs  commandline  howto  mac  macos  disk 
4 weeks ago by dlkinney
Acquisition Forecast | Acquisition Planning Forecast System
APFS Number
F2018041201 NAICS Code
541611 Component
Transportation Security Administration Sub-component
None
Contract Vehicle
GSA Dollar Range
$10,000,000 to $20,000,000 Small Business Program
TBD Contract Status
Recompetition
Incumbent
E3 Federal Solutions Contract Number
HSTS04-17-R-CT7228 Contract Complete
July 31, 2023
Estimated Release
April 10, 2018 Anticipated Award Quarter
Q4 2018
POC Name
Erick Rekstad POC Phone
5712271505 POC Email
Erick.Rekstad@tsa.dhs.gov
Description
Transportation Security Capability Analysis Process (TSCAP) is the structured, repeatable and transparent process being used by the Office of Requirements and Capabilities Analysis (ORCA) to strengthen the TSA’s ability to analyze and improve its holistic capability needs determination. TSCAP will support TSA in (1) Identifying and prioritizing the agency’s capability needs, (2) Identifying and prioritizing capability gaps, and (3)Determining recommended courses of action to address the needs/gaps. TSCAP approach will need to adhere to the Department of Homeland Security’s Joint Requirements Integration and Management System (JRIMS).
APFS  TSA 
5 weeks ago by dan.p.taylor
Acquisition Forecast | Acquisition Planning Forecast System
APFS Number
F2017037075 NAICS Code
541990 Component
United States Coast Guard Sub-component
Headquarters Command
Contract Vehicle
GSA Dollar Range
$5,000,000 to $10,000,000 Small Business Program
SDVOSB Contract Status
Recompetition
Incumbent
Crisis1, LLC Contract Number
HSCG23-12-D-ATB009 | HSCG23-14-J-VFG026 (current) Contract Complete
March 31, 2023
Estimated Release
April 2, 2018 Anticipated Award Quarter
Q3 2018
POC Name
Debora McCarty POC Phone
202-372-3675 POC Email
Debora.A.McCarty@uscg.mil
Description
• Conduct Data Cleanup based on USCG requirements, industry standards and best practices for target system using findings from previous data mapping and gap analysis efforts. • Conduct data Conversion by transforming data into future system data element formats and requirements and incorporating a new Line of Accounting. • Assist future system owner with data migration to new financial system by populating migration templates with cleaned, converted data. • Address data and conversion errors identified through successive rounds of mock data migration and testing. • Support Reconciliation of financial statements after data conversion and migration to the satisfaction of CFO financial comptrollers. • Assist USCG in warehousing or archiving historical data.
APFS  USCG 
6 weeks ago by dan.p.taylor
Acquisition Forecast | Acquisition Planning Forecast System
F2017040557 NAICS Code
541611
Component
FEMA Sub-component
None
Contract Vehicle
GSA Dollar Range
$2,000,000 to $5,000,000
Small Business Program
None Contract Status
Recompetition
Incumbent
ASI Government
Contract Number
HSFE60-15-A-0001 Contract Complete
March 15, 2019
Estimated Release
March 7, 2018 Anticipated Award Quarter
Q2 2018
POC Name
Freda McDonald POC Phone
202-646-3076
POC Email
barbara.pickens@fema.dhs.gov
Description
Acquisition Program Management Support Services Blanket Purchase Agreement to procure contractor support services for Acquisition Management Support Services and Integrated Business Program Support Services. The overarching goals for this FIMA-wide Acquisition Management and Integrated Business Program Support Services are to: Transform FIMA business operations to link strategic acquisition planning to program needs and desired outcomes; Provide innovative business strategies and improve acquisition management for more efficient and effective program operations; Grow FIMA’s Contracting Officer Representative capabilities and expertise to support FIMA’s business operations and strategic acquisition planning transformation as a whole; Develop strategies and transparent standard operating procedures to improve the quality of program procurements and produce consistent, high quality results; Improve the effectiveness of Undelivered Obligation (UDO) Function; and Enhance Capital Planning and Investment Control functions for improved program outcomes and business reporting. This requirement will support the acquisition lifecycle and will include identifying best practices that can be leveraged within FIMA to achieve greater efficiency and effectiveness related to planning and procuring products and services. The acquisition and program management support services will enable FIMA to accomplish many of the strategic objectives noted in the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s Strategic Plan, and the vision of FIMA’s Senior Leaders. Logical Follow-on (under Limited Sources J&A)- FAR Part 8/16 - Sole Source Please email any questions: Freda.McDonald@fema.dhs.gov
APFS  FEMA 
6 weeks ago by dan.p.taylor
Acquisition Forecast | Acquisition Planning Forecast System
APFS Number
F2018040670 NAICS Code
541611
Component
United States Coast Guard Sub-component
Headquarters Command
Contract Vehicle
DWAC/PACTS II Dollar Range
$2,000,000 to $5,000,000
Small Business Program
SDVOSB Contract Status
Recompetition
Incumbent
EIS
Contract Number
HSCG23-13-J-MRP066 Contract Complete
May 27, 2023
Estimated Release
March 30, 2018 Anticipated Award Quarter
Q3 2018
POC Name
Andrew Jepson POC Phone
202-372-1323
POC Email
Andrew.M.Jepson@uscg.mil
Description
Project management and program integration support services for the U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) DCO-832/DCO-831 User Fee and
APFS  USCG 
6 weeks ago by dan.p.taylor
Unlock or decrypt an encrypted APFS boot drive from the command line | Der Flounder
As part of working with Apple File System (APFS) volumes, it may be necessary to decrypt a boot drive using APFS’s native encryption in order to fix a problem. To decrypt an encrypted APFS boot drive from the command line, you will need to do the following: 1. Identify the relevant encrypted APFS volume. 2. Unlock the encrypted APFS volume. 3. Decrypt the encrypted APFS volume. Includes information about working with APFS from macOS recovery boot.
mac  macos  apfs  encryption  diskutil  keychain 
6 weeks ago by dlkinney
Another warning: Don't convert your Time Machine volume from HFS+ to APFS | Macworld
Time Machine can archive files from both HFS+ and APFS volumes.
Time Machine volumes must be HFS+.
Once upgraded to APFS, the Time Machine backup archive is mostly useless, even though files aren’t destroyed.
viakoolinus  apfs  filesystem  apple  mac  macintosh  mh  mhie  backup  timemachine 
7 weeks ago by nicoladagostino
Another warning: Don't convert your Time Machine volume from HFS+ to APFS | Macworld
A warning from Macworld about APFS (macOS High Sierra) and Time Machine. Basically, don't convert your Time Machine disk to APFS, but the details are worth understanding.
macos  apple  apfs  from twitter_favs
8 weeks ago by ttscoff
APFS Retrofit Kit for macOS | Paragon Software Group
Das kostenlose APFS Retrofit Kit for macOS gestattet Lese-Zugriff auf APFS-Laufwerke von HFS+ Mac-Systemen aus.
compatibility  freeware  filesystem  macosx  hfs  apfs 
8 weeks ago by ferdinandfuchs
Another warning: Don't convert your Time Machine volume from HFS+ to APFS | Macworld
Months after the release of macOS 10.13 High Sierra, folks are still having problems with limitations of the new Apple File System (APFS) format required for SSDs that run High Sierra, and which you can optionally upgrade other drives to use. That includes your columnist, who biffed a Time Machine question that’s now updated for accuracy.
2018  Macworld  Time  Machine  High  Sierra  APFS  HFS+ 
8 weeks ago by jmello

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