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Inside the NSCAI's interim report, and what's next

The latest episode of Let's Talk About IT features Katrina McFarland, a commissioner on the National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence. The candid conversation starts off with a discussion of the commission's new interim report, the massive event to showcase those findings and what’s next. It also touches on topics such as the perception that tech companies are resistant to working on AI in defense and other national security missions — like Google's backing out of Project Maven — and the Department of Defense’s narrow adoption of AI technologies. Listen now to the new podcast.


A Message From AWS Educate

With over 1,500 institutions and hundreds of thousands of students who use AWS Educate, we wanted to take you on a trip around the world and highlight how students are learning and innovating with the cloud. Learn more.


DOT agencies adding data leadership while simplifying regulations

The Department of Transportation is undertaking a number of initiatives to help steer the data-driven digital transformation underway across its agencies. On such example: For the first time, DOT is hiring a chief technology officer at FMCSA to help manage the data that keeps the U.S. transportation system safe. "You’ll see an emphasis on digital and really the user experience going forward because our applications increasingly involve knitting together a state and private sector net around the commercial motor vehicle industry,” Daniel Morgan, chief data officer at DOT, told reporters after an AFCEA event Tuesday. The department is also looking to use natural language processing to help simplify its regulations, Morgan explained. Dave Nyczepir has more on DOT's transformation.


Palantir’s new FedRAMP certification is ‘critical’ to future work at civilian agencies

Palantir announced Wednesday that it's received a moderate FedRAMP authority to operate. CTO Akash Jain said the new certification is “critical” to the big-data company’s “fast-growing” work at civilian agencies. “With our FedRAMP authorization in place, Palantir is eager to build upon our 15-year history of partnering closely with the US Government and looks forward to working with more federal agencies as they embark upon data modernization and cloud migration efforts,” Jain said in a statement. Tajha Chappellet-Lanier has the scoop.


Gain insights from 6 leaders working to transform government service delivery

Over the last couple years, federal agencies openly acknowledge their desire to transform and improve overall customer engagement and associated outcomes. A level of change which requires agencies to rethink how they engage with citizens, external partners and their own employees. Read stories from the trailblazers.


WATCH: Balancing digital modernization with security

Federal and industry tech leaders recently spoke with FedScoop at the 2019 Security Transportation Summit, sponsored by Fortinet. In exclusive video interviews released bi-weekly, these experts addressed the growing federal attack surface, the need to balance modernization and data sharing with security, and much more. See the latest interviews below from:


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