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GAO: Agencies aren’t tapping venture capital-owned companies for innovation
In the past three years, very little SBIR funding went to startups.
DHS ditches EAGLE II tech contract for GSA, NIH vehicles
Add the Department of Homeland Security to a growing trend of federal agencies entrusting their technology acquisitions to GSA.
New NIH challenge targets apps for improved Alzheimer’s care
Suggested ideas include software to aid communication between doctors and Alzheimer's patients, an application to connect patients to existing community resources and more.
Will the ‘Mad Max’ age of AI give agencies hope for taming their data?
The federal government is awash in more data than it can process, and while AI could be the answer, when it will be adopted is the question.
NIH wants ‘real people, real participants’ for precision medicine data program
NIH has begun enrolling the first beta testers in its All of Us research program.
Audit: Reporting requirements for grant money are too burdensome
More can be done to make it easier to fill out paperwork for federally-funded university research, a government watchdog report has found. It is still too complicated to comply with reporting requirements for federally-funded research, university representatives said in interviews with the Government Accountability Office auditors.