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05/10/2021
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21st Century IDEA guidance is M.I.A.

Lawmakers last week sent a letter to Office of Management and Budget leaders urging them to issue immediate implementation guidance for agencies on the 21st Century Integrated Digital Experience Act. Congress passed the 21st Century IDEA in 2018, but the increase in remote work during the COVID-19 pandemic has increased the need for agencies to deliver location-agnostic services to people. “Because the Trump administration failed to issue statutorily required guidance to assist agency implementation of the law, federal agency implementation has been inconsistent, creating uneven access to the federal government’s essential information and services,” reads the letter. Dave Nyczepir has more from the letter.


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Kessel Run delivers multi-domain operations software

The Air Force’s software factory Kessel Run has delivered a product called Kessel Run All Domain Operations Suite (KRADOS), which gives the force a suite of nine applications to combine data from across different operations. KRADOS is a small-scale version of what the senior-most leaders in the Pentagon say the entire force will need to do to win future wars. The platform crossed the minimum viable product threshold in April and was used for the first time in May. Jackson Barnett has this one.


Grasping the federal software landscape

Since the federal government learned it was a victim of the massive SolarWinds hacking campaign, the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency has been working to gain an understanding of critical software across government. Now, CISA believes it has a better grasp of the risks such software poses to national critical functions and developing tools to mitigate the threats, said Bob Kolasky, assistant director of CISA’s National Risk Management Center. More from Dave.


WATCH: Leaders talk IT modernization

During FedScoop's 2021 IT Modernization Summit, top tech leaders sat down to discuss trends in IT modernization, how the pandemic impacted transformation and what's ahead. Today, see exclusive, new video interviews with:


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Using AI to augment public health services

Throughout the COVID-19 crisis, cloud and artificial intelligence-enabled tools have been a great help in advancing research, collaboration and mission activities. Particularly encouraging is the way public health leaders are able to share biological information across the globe. Google Cloud’s Dr. Alexander Titus discusses the promise of AI to improve how agencies respond to future public health needs. Listen to the full conversation. 


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