DOD needs some help digitizing a massive collection of respiratory disease samples
The DOD wants to turn more than 86 million specimens into digital data to be run through machine learning algorithms.
The Navy wants to use wearable tech to fight spread of COVID-19
The Navy is seeking commercially available proximity-tracking technology based on wearables that continuously track the distance between themselves and others nearby.
DHS S&T develops calculator for estimating coronavirus decay in the air
The new tool can be used by federal, state and local health officials to make decisions minimizing person-to-person transmission.
DOD needs a ‘modern IT system’ to brace for second wave of pandemic logistics
The DOD needs a modern IT system, like the ones used in "other industries," to better track the shipment of PPE for the next wave of coronavirus.
VA expanding telehealth care to rural cancer patients with new grant
With a new grant from the Bristol Myers Squibb Foundation, the VA is advancing its teleoncology services by bringing cancer counseling to rural veterans.
HHS gauges industry’s appetite for sharing data on medical supply availability
The information would flow to a "supply chain IT control tower" allowing for real-time visibility across the Strategic National Stockpile, according to a new RFI.