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10/09/2019
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For Air Force, tech modernization and multi-domain operations are ‘basically the same,’ deputy CIO says

The Air Force is undertaking a new strategy of multi-domain operations that will be extremely network- and sensor-dependent. At the same time, the service is in the midst of a massive digital transformation. While these two initiatives may appear to be different, Deputy CIO would argue they're one and the same. Everything Marion's office does — from developing modern networks to standing up a modern cloud — is in support of the warfighting mission, he said. FedScoop editor Billy Mitchell sat down with Marion to discuss his office's ongoing modernization efforts and how they play into the Air Force's larger MDO strategy. Read what Marion said.


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Secretary Sonny Perdue shares what the Centers of Excellence have brought to USDA

To USDA Secretary Sonny Perdue, the Trump administration's IT Centers of Excellence program reminds him of losing his socks. "The government is a huge repository of data and information, and we've kind of locked it in the cabinets ... where we can't even find it," he said Tuesday at a GSA event. "It's kind of like me looking for my socks," he said. "You know, I have to call my CIO at home, my wife, and find my socks. That kind of thing." In addition to this analogy, Perdue raved about the success of the CoEs at his agency and why he sees it as a great idea for government. Tajha Chappellet-Lanier has the scoop.


NSF pushes for ‘large-scale’ AI research with new program

The $200 million National AI Research Institutes program will fund up to six institutes in the next six years. Dave Nyczepir has the story.


Post-9/11 privacy board taking a hard look at facial recognition in airports

The research kicked off last month with a visit to McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas. Here's where it's going next. Tajha has more.


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