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Navy's role in JADC2

The Navy would like to set the record straight: It's all-in on the military's move to a futuristic network-of-networks concept for defense. While the Navy has been less public about its participation in Joint All Domain Command and Control (JADC2) for security reasons, it will play a critical role in the framework, given that the service operates in multiple domains and is focused on the Indo-Pacific region, where great-power competition with China is already playing out, officials said. “We have been in both” of the military’s JADC2 demos, said Vice Adm. Jeffery Trussler, the Navy’s new top uniformed IT official. Jackson Barnett has more from the Navy.

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18F issues guide to reduce IT risk

The General Services Administration's 18F digital team is out with a new field guide for how federal agencies can reduce risk when adopting agile and user-centered design methodologies for developing software. The "De-Risking Government Technology Field Guide" focuses on what to do when buying software, writing contracts for support, choosing between contractor proposals and establishing metrics for development. See what's in the guide

JAIC is working on new contract vehicles to buy AI

The Pentagon's Joint AI Center is planning for the day when it soon will have its own acquisition authority. When that time comes, the JAIC has a set of new contract vehicles it's developing to procure AI and related technologies and services. The new vehicles are a combination of two traditional contracts within the boundaries of the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) and an Other Transaction Authority (OTA)-type contract that allows for faster purchases. Officials said the new vehicles add AI-specific speed to the usual slow defense contracting process. Jackson has this one.

Exclusive interview: John Sherman on joining DOD as deputy CIO

Just months into his new job as principal deputy CIO of the Department of Defense, John Sherman joined FedScoop's Let's Talk About IT podcast to detail his transition into the No. 2 Pentagon IT role. In the new episode, Sherman shares his early priorities, discusses the DOD’s move toward cloud and artificial intelligence, and highlights the department’s sustained efforts around telework. Listen now.

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