Energy’s AI director reviewing 600-plus projects for technologies worth replicating

The Artificial Intelligence and Technology Office hopes to use its doubled budget to double in size in fiscal 2021.

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GSA will increase post-award feedback to offerers with INFORM 2.0

by Dave Nyczepir • 2 weeks ago

Many contractors would like to see the INFORM process adopted by all federal agencies, finding it fairer and more helpful in crafting future contract submissions.

NOAA missions reap the benefits of low-code development as product owners

by Dave Nyczepir • 3 weeks ago

While the technology isn't new, agencies' use of it is just beginning to take off.

ICE seeks support for app that tracks visa, immigration violators

by Dave Nyczepir • 3 weeks ago

The Counterterrorism and Criminal Exploitation Unit uses LeadTrac to track leads it refers to Homeland Security Investigations.

Government developing AI use case repository for agencies facing challenges

by Dave Nyczepir • 4 weeks ago

The AI Community of Practice meets next month to identify "practice areas" where use cases are hitting hurdles.

NSA chief information officer role remains ‘ambiguous’

by Dave Nyczepir • 1 month ago

Failure to clarify the CIO position's authorities and responsibilities means the agency might not be getting the most out of its IT, according to the latest audit of the spy agency.

Background investigations reform shifts focus with backlog down

by Dave Nyczepir • 1 month ago

Lawmakers want to ensure a streamlined process will still exclude "the Edward Snowdens of the world."

‘Rigid’ pay system blamed for Federal Cyber Reskilling Academy struggles

by Jackson Barnett • 1 month ago

The U.S. Merit Protection Board has some ideas for a reskilling program that has yet to mint any new cybersecurity experts.

VA developing cyber careers program to fill gaps in workforce framework

by Dave Nyczepir • 1 month ago

The department is in the process of identifying new work roles tied to VA-specific positions.

Delay of sexual harassment claims system highlights congressional office’s lack of IT strategy

by Dave Nyczepir • 2 months ago

The Office of Congressional Workplace Rights needs an overdue IT strategic plan, according to a Government Accountability Office report.

The total economic impact of Salesforce Case Management Solutions for government

by Julia Weaver • 2 months ago

Interviews with six federal, state and local government customers give greater insight into the benefits, costs and risks associated with investing in Salesforce case management solution.

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