New chip design lets agencies save big on data center operations
Agencies that still run their own purpose-built data centers can consolidate and optimize their servers, thanks to a new line of advanced microprocessors.
DARPA wants a new way to upgrade old code and decouple it from hardware
Sometimes a crucial piece of software is only meant to work on one type of hardware. The DOD wants to eliminate those situations.
For military AI to reach the battlefield, there are more than just software challenges
The military has struggled to bring its data, software and models into a modern age to field AI. The challenges don't stop there.
DIU looking for robots that can kill coronavirus
This time, DIU isn't looking for artificial intelligence or cybersecurity tools. It wants an automated solution for decontaminating military-specific environments.
For federal CIOs, telework boom shows how existing IT investments pay off in new ways
It's no secret: IT modernization investments are paying off in a big way, say tech leaders at federal agencies.
VA wants 180,000 new devices to support telework, telehealth during pandemic
The VA wants money for 100,000 laptops for teleworkers, 30,000 laptops for telehealth providers and 50,000 iPads for veterans to receive telehealthcare, FedScoop has learned.