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Military’s AI hub is ready to think about war, Gen. Shanahan says on last day at Pentagon
The JAIC is ready to bring AI to the battlefield through its Joint Warfighting mission initiative, the leader of the center said on his last day before retiring from the Air Force.
How VA improved its IT with $2B in emergency coronavirus funding
The VA is "putting every penny of" the more than $2 billion it received for things like telework and telehealth to "effective use," VA CIO James Gfrerer said.
Air Force adds another base to military’s 5G program, to prototype software
The pilot project at Nellis Air Force Base will partner with an industry consortium, the 485-member Information Warfare Research Project.
Is Karen Evans the next DHS CIO?
Sources with knowledge of the decision say President Trump could appoint Evans in the coming days.
CMMC looks to clear up questions about cybersecurity assessors
The Accreditation Body for the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) has released more information about training and approval for people who want to be third-party assessors.
Zero trust gains momentum as DOD’s new approach to manage microelectronics acquisition
Zero trust is being used more inside the Defense Department, with a top official saying it's the department's new mentality when purchasing microelectronics.