• keyboard AI (Shutterstock.com)

    The Air Force's search engine for emerging tech solutions

    The artificial intelligence-fueled database searches nontraditional companies and experts for answers to emerging technology problems.

  • Hotline (Shutterstock.com)

    Putting veteran services on speed dial

    Based on Salesforce Service Cloud, the White House VA Hotline in May received more than 250,000 calls from the veteran community, with 94% of callers' questions addressed promptly.

  • soldier talking to doctor (Drazen Zigic/Shutterstock.com)

    Creating the space for mission-driven AI

    A data ecosystem using patient information, diagnoses and lab results pulled from multiple databases in government and industry matches veterans with relevant clinical trials.

  • workforce (kentoh/Shutterstock.com)

    Improving outcomes for offenders

    The Indiana Department of Correction's Occupational Optimization Model uses statistical, data mining and reporting software to help match soon-to-be-released offenders with job opportunities.

  • Taking 'You've got mail' to a new level

    The U.S. Postal Service’s Informed Delivery allows consumers to track packages and digitally preview their mail before it arrives.

  • EugNet installation

    Lightbulb moment: Fiber via electric conduit

    Eugene, Ore., wanted to implement a fiber-optic network, but costs threatened to derail the plan -- until officials had an idea: install the cables inside existing electric conduits.

  • data center (Timofeev Vladimir/Shutterstock.com)

    CBP moves data-heavy work to mainframe as a service

    Customs and Border Protection's MFaaS enables mission-critical functions to continue reliably and securely while reducing costs.

  • Access Boston portal (City of Boston/YouTube)

    An identity crisis no more

    With the Access Boston portal, city employees can use a single sign-on to access many central applications that the Department of Innovation and Technology runs, such as the intranet and building maintenance requests.

  • CBRN sensors on Stryker vehicle (Shawn Nesaw/Arny)

    Taking the fast track to better CBRN detection

    With the upgraded system, the sensor-equipped vehicles help warfighters detect chemical weapons at distances up to three times greater than the original version.

  • analytics on employee performance (kentoh/Shutterstock.com)

    Performance management as a service

    The Office of Personnel Management’s USA Performance has digitized and streamlined performance reviews for members of the Senior Executive Service, helping agencies across government transform their performance management.

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