The ramifications of not having tight controls over sensitive data are dramatic, Navy Under Secretary Thomas Modly said.
Government researchers are looking for ways to automatically inspect artificial intelligence and machine learning systems to see if they've been tampered with.
A group of artificial intelligence specialists from across government came together to discuss what's needed to bring AI into the federal IT mainstream.
The Department of Energy signed a $600 million deal with Cray for a 1.5-plus exaflop supercomputer at Oak Ridge National Lab.
From leaving behind proprietary systems to installing automated record management solutions, agencies can successfully achieve compliance ahead of the December 2019 deadline.
Nearly all the agencies audited by the Government Accounting Office reported the cloud provided "significant benefits" that included improved customer service and more cost-effective IT management.
Taking a page from the Defense Department's cloud playbook, the General Services Administration is planning a cloud contract for civilian agency email and collaboration services.
As cloud adoption continues in government agencies, security, procurement and workforce remain sticking points.
Merging foundational infrastructure with modern API development tools can bring new functionalities to government systems.
To address operational bottlenecks, the Army is looking at putting tech-savvy soldiers on the battlefield and using machine learning to speed risk analysis of budget decisions.
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