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*** Adam Drake, a 2019 Presidential Innovation Fellow, is working to modernize U.S. Marine Corps logistics through artificial intelligence, organizational change management and technology updates. The work, he explained in an interview with FCW's sibling publication GCN, means making data "available across the Corps in a way that has never been done before.

*** The Department of Housing and Urban Development is leaning on its relationship with the General Services Administration's Centers of Excellence to establish an Office of the Chief Data Officer to "manage data as a strategic asset" according to a request for information posted on GitHub. The provider will also be charged with establishing an enterprise-wide framework for data governance and working to develop budget statements and justifications for Congress.

*** Also, a special note for our readers in industry: Don't miss Washington Technology's June 7 Power Training -- a daylong professional development course on Mastering Stakeholder Engagement. Click here to learn more and register.

Posted on May 20, 2019 at 1:05 AM


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