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Alliant2 replacement will have CMMC requirements

Polaris, the General Services Administration's developing Alliant 2 small business contract replacement, will have CMMC clauses.

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Ethics vs. compliance in AI

Tech experts warn against treating ethics as like just another box on a compliance checklist.

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Lawmakers push for 'attitudinal' shift at the Pentagon in new report

The House Armed Services Committee's Future Defense Task Force issued its final report, stressing unmanned and AI initiatives.

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Real-world data management

The pandemic has put new demands on data teams, but old obstacles are still hindering agency efforts.

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Pentagon raises AI ambitions

The Defense Department wants to make AI training available to all DOD components by 2021.

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The moving target of electronic records management

Agencies are working steadily toward the requirements of M-19-21, but new collaboration technologies come with new challenges

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Energy Dept. looks for AI impact

Two recently-announced artificial intelligence collaborations show how the technology can affect real world problems, according to the head of the Energy Department's AI office.

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To save billions, let's finally put government forms to work

Reimagining form-based data collection as a shared service could transform many agencies' operations.

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JAIC to expand ethics team

Jane Pinelis, the JAIC's chief of testing, evaluation, and assessment, said the center is working to expand its ethics team, which is charged with ensuring the Defense Department's AI projects meet ethical standards.

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AI's true benefit for government

Productivity projections assume that federal workers and executives are widely empowered to make the most of the new AI tools at their disposal, but at present, this is not the case.

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Could a new academy solve the AI talent problem?

The National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence is recommending a new academy to train feds to take on federal agency jobs involving emerging technologies including AI.

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Can government get to zero trust?

Today's hybrid infrastructures and highly mobile workforces need the protection zero trust security can provide. Too bad there are obstacles at almost every turn.

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WH CTO to take over DOD's top research role

Defense Secretary Mark Esper names U.S. CTO Michael Kratsios to be acting undersecretary of defense for research and engineering after Michael Griffin's resignation from that post took effect July 10.

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JADC2 tops Pentagon’s artificial intelligence efforts

The Pentagon’s Joint Artificial Intelligence Center is focused on overlaying AI tools on the military’s mega information-sharing platform effort, called Joint All Domain Command and Control.

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Automation is advancing in federal acquisition

Although bots that automate processes are common in federal acquisition, pure AI is still in beta mode, said experts.

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Could personnel swaps help solve DOD's AI talent problem?

Talent and training are some of the biggest challenges in artificial intelligence strategy. But what can DOD workers learn from if they embed with private companies?

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Lawmakers look to retool NSF for tech

Competition with China is at the center of a bipartisan $110 billion plan to boost technology research and development by a dramatic reorganization of the National Science Foundation.

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Pentagon's AI chief: lack of enterprise cloud 'has slowed us down'

The Joint Artificial Intelligence Center has been hampered by enterprise cloud program delays, but is pivoting with the Air Force's help.

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Federal HR offices have been slow to recover since 1990s downsizing, says MSPB

Plans for automation and other technologies to allow for individual HR employees to handle a larger workload haven't panned out.

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DOD taps Alliant 2 for AI

The Defense Department used one of the General Services Administration's government wide contracts to get AI for future warfighting capabilities.

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