Department of Justice (DOJ)
A ‘good use case’ is key to using artificial intelligence in government
Start with a "Goldilocks" problem — one that isn't too risky but still delivers value, panelists said at the AWS Public Sector Summit.
DOJ gives CIO Joe Klimavicz an additional title
The longtime CIO is now the agency's chief data officer as well.
Suzette Kent: No two cloud journeys look the same
What's more important, the Federal CIO said, is that "agencies are empowered based on what they need to make those decisions."
U.S. Cyber Command shifts its view of success
Success is “not necessarily [about] the department’s outcome,” but is instead about “how can we enable our international partners [and] our domestic partners in industry to be able to defend those things that are critical to our nation’s success.”
FBI delays $5B Justice IT services recompete
The bureau filed a one-year extension justification for its $30 billion-ceiling Information Technology Supplies and Support Service (ITSSS), which is set to expire this month, to bridge the delay.
OMB sets deadline for agency FOIA interoperability plans
Agencies need to make sure their own platforms play nice with the National FOIA Portal at FOIA.gov.