Marines piloting 5G to improve warehouse logistics
In another new 5G test case, a Marine Corps base in Georgia is hoping to find ways to enhance warehouse logistics with faster networks.
VA piloting 5G network across Seattle health care system
The VA's latest foray into 5G brings a new hospital-wide network that should expand bandwidth and reduce latency to enable new emerging technologies in health care.
DOD expanding 5G testing, partnerships with new software competition
A new competition the DOD is working on will broaden its work in partnering with the private sector to make new 5G technologies.
2020 in review: AI and quantum see more White House attention
Concerns of being outcompeted by China saw the White House push for doubled funding and trustworthy principles.
2020 in review: Tech policy adjusts to new norm of telework in pandemic
In a matter of days, the federal government had to make an unprecedented decision.
DOD gives $2.5B to consortium to develop 5G tech prototypes
The idea behind the consortium is that the money will get to companies and academic partners faster than the DOD could do on its own.
Small business GWAC awards and a new RFP are coming soon, GSA official says
GSA wants to use STARS III and Polaris to introduce competition at the task order level and expand government's pool of small business IT contractors.
Nearing passage, the NDAA is full of AI and cyber policy changes
The 2021 NDAA would have the JAIC report to the deputy secretary of defense and give it acquisition authority.
Agencies’ EIS transitions modestly slowed by pandemic, so far
Only five agencies have taken GSA up on its offer for coronavirus-related assistance, though that number could grow as more task orders are awarded.
5G: A game changer for governments and the people they serve
In a contributed op-ed, Nokia's Mike Calabrese explains how 5G will play a critical role in the development of smart systems and smart infrastructure across the nation for government at all levels.