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New contract will enable faster capability insertion for military cyber training

A recent contract award will make the Department of Defense’s premier cyber training range much more flexible and adaptive to technology inserts for cyberwarriors, which is critical for them to stay up to date on latest threats and tactics in a dynamic world. Mark Pomerleau has the story.


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Department of Veterans Affairs soft-testing AI tool to speed skin cancer diagnosis

The Department of Veterans Affairs is soft-testing an open-source artificial intelligence tool that agency technology leaders are hoping could improve the process for diagnosing veterans with skin cancer. John Hewitt Jones has the story.


Intelligence community navigating role of alerting public through information disclosures

The U.S. intelligence community, which typically works to inform policymakers at the highest levels of classification, is working to revise its products and sanitize its findings to guard the public against broad disinformation campaigns by foreign adversaries, a top official said Wednesday. Mark Pomerleau has this also.


Long-running False Claims Act lawsuit against Peraton subsidiary dismissed following settlement

A federal judge on Monday dismissed a long-running lawsuit against a Peraton subsidiary over the provision of background investigation services to the Office of Personnel Management. John Hewitt Jones has the details.


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Government clouds now handle more IT work than federal data centers

Federal agencies still depend on multiple IT environments for executing critical computing workloads. But government-approved clouds now top where those workloads are managed, according to a new survey. At the same time, advances in high-performance, software-defined servers — and IT-as-a-service models that support cloud-like consumption — are giving agencies more computing options and, in some cases, a reason to bring workloads back on-premises.  See the full report.


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