Data & Analytics

Digital twin models energy profile of every US building

Oak Ridge National Laboratory’s AutoBEM software suite can make energy-saving recommendations for every building in the country.

Emerging Tech

How MLOps can bring government’s AI visions to life

MLOps operationalizes the production of machine-learning software so agencies can expedite the continuous production of ML models at scale, significantly reducing the time it takes to deploy intelligent AI applications.

Cybersecurity

NIST outlines standards for critical software use and verification

To help agencies comply with the Biden administration’s executive order on cybersecurity, the National Institute of Standards and Technology has posted guidance on secure use of EO-critical software and minimum standards for software verification.

Cloud & Infrastructure

Bridging the skills gap: 4 elements for training today’s IT talent

By offering on-the-job training programs that incorporate both legacy systems programmers and emerging tech developers, agencies can fill in the skills gaps and encourage the cross-pollination of expertise, which will ensure a much smoother modernization of IT systems.

Cloud & Infrastructure

Labor Department IG: Legacy tech hindered states' delivery of unemployment benefits during pandemic

States with modernized systems were able to stand up new programs faster than states that relied on legacy technology, according to a new report from the Labor Department's internal watchdog.

Cloud & Infrastructure

Why now is the right time for an open-source serverless strategy

In today’s cloud-based, data-intensive, event-driven world, open-source serverless technologies offer an ideal complement to modern application development.

Cloud & Infrastructure

In search of better legacy code migration

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency wants ways to not only automate migrating legacy C/C++ code to safer programming languages, but also ensure the code takes the fullest possible advantage of the target languages' security features.

Cloud & Infrastructure

Kessel Run seeks DevSecOps help with modernization

The Global Application Delivery Network’s modernized infrastructure will help the Air Force get capabilities to the field more quickly.

Cloud & Infrastructure

Remote staff build Salesforce tool to speed benefits to veterans

The Post Payments Workshop tool lets Veterans Benefits Administration employees see the status of a claim at any point in its life cycle.

Emerging Tech

VR, AR training helps forward observers direct fire support

The Office of Naval Research has developed augmented and virtual reality tools to make it easier to train the Marines who help protect infantry by keeping an eye on the ground situation and calling in necessary air artillery, mortar and naval gunfire.

Cybersecurity

Utah pilots mobile driver’s license

An electronically signed version of driver’s license information on users’ mobile devices gives them control over what they choose to share.

Data & Analytics

SmartCityPHL: Where data makes an impact

Philadelphia’s innovation initiative has plans to improve food distribution, map the built environment and improve roads by breaking down data silos and facilitating cross-agency collaboration.

Cloud & Infrastructure

Dems push modular UI tech for state modernizations

Congressional Democrats are asking the Labor Department to develop and maintain a set of modular functions states can use to modernize their unemployment compensation programs.

Cybersecurity

Vaccination passport apps could help society reopen – first they have to be secure, private and trusted

Any passport application’s back end and front end need to be fully open source and penetration-tested by security experts to build public trust.

Emerging Tech

Choosing the right code for the job

Low-code/no-code, commercial off the shelf and custom-developed software all have their strengths, so agencies must select the solution that balances cost, features, time and performance.

Cybersecurity

Protecting open source software by analyzing community behavior

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency’s SocialCyber program aims to use artificial intelligence to create a dynamic situational awareness capability that can preserve the integrity and security of open source software projects.

Cloud & Infrastructure

Space Force seeks central portal for application development

The Space Force wants a user-friendly portal, including back-end infrastructure, data storage, content management, development and testing infrastructure, user testing and validation.

Data & Analytics

Video game engine powers radiation visualizations

The first-of-its-kind toolkit joins 3D radiation data with computer-aided design geometries to show how radiation impacts objects.

State & Local

How ready-to-use apps expedite citizen services

With low-code development, local governments can maintaining business continuity and future-proof their citizen-service model.

State & Local

How to really fix COVID-19 vaccine appointment scheduling

Moving away from the traditional sign-up model and establishing one-stop preregistration systems is one way to resolve the painful vaccine scheduling process.

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