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Perspecta loses NGEN-R protest

A federal claims court ruled again Perspecta in its latest protest of the Navy's $7.7 billion contract for the network services portion of its Next Generation Enterprise Networks Recompete (NGEN-R) acquisition. In its protest complaint, Perspecta argued that the Navy’s award to Leidos was “riddled with material and prejudicial errors,” including not considering conflicts of interest, improperly evaluated pricing scenarios and “engaged in inadequate and misleading discussions that it disingenuously represented were comprehensive.” Billy Mitchell has the story.

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Air Force flies surveillance simulation with AI copilot for the first time

The Air Force has successfully brought artificial intelligence into the cockpit. An algorithm, known as ARTUµ, acted as a sidekick to a pilot identified as Maj. “Vudu” on a U-2 Dragon Lady aircraft from the 9th Reconnaissance Wing at Beale Air Force Base in Yuba County, California, last week. Shortly after takeoff, ARTUµ took control of sensor employment and tactical navigation, searching for enemy launchers while the pilot scanned the skies for threatening aircraft. Sara Wilson has this.

Air Force to test flying cars in early 2021

The Air Force also wants to begin testing flying cars in early 2021, according to leaders from its research lab. The goal is to field vehicles that could eventually transport troops in battle and civilians looking for a quick way to get around town. Jackson Barnett has this.

VA expands clinical data access to fight COVID-19, suicide

The Veterans Health Administration has partnered with MDClone to deploy the Israeli digital health company’s platform within the Department of Veterans Affairs‘ cloud environment. This will allow users to access COVID-19 clinical data from the Veterans Health Administration via an analytics platform. More from Dave Nyczepir.

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