The tools are intended to provide an extra level of disinfection against COVID-19.
The roughly $10 million deal will also incorporate new hands-on training opportunities for both entities’ personnel.
Deputy Chief of Staff Lt. Gen. John B. Morrison Jr. aims to use innovative hiring strategies to lure technical talent to his office.
The 21st Century Jobs Package would create a federal agency for training the workforce of the future and incentivize federal contracting officials to buy from vendors who hire rural American workers.
CEO Taiclet wants a leading role as U.S. and allied militaries build out their next-gen mobile networks.
More computing power means more mission delivery.
The group will explore the on-the-rise technology’s implications within the crucial defense-driven realm.
Customs and Border Protection, part of the Department of Homeland Security, told senators it uses a commercial database to conduct warrantless tracking of people inside the United States.
VA Launches New Electronic Health Record Platform Amid a Pandemic, Wildfires and Citywide Power Outages
Nature seemed to be against the Veterans Affairs Department’s new EHR system. But officials are reporting a “flawless” cutover for the first deployment.
A leading analytics firm suggests investing in employee wellness.
The tool has been in development since the spring and is now being piloted ahead of a larger rollout, VA officials said.
The agency intends to figure out whether specific locations can be distinguished using sound-based machine learning methods.
But the agency is vetting potential participants on a first-come, first-serve basis.
The Defense Department needs to educate its workforce on what DevSecOps means for them, the Pentagon’s Katie Arrington said.
Defense Department Jumpstarts Deployment of AI-Driven, Cancer-Detecting Augmented Reality Microscopes
Similar capabilities could be applied to the realm of radiology.
Brett Goldstein, director of the Defense Digital Service, talked about how to make innovative projects reusable and sustainable for broad use across the Pentagon.
The agency will need funding, a skilled staff, consistent leadership and more funding to successfully implement the CIO’s latest plan, according to the inspector general.
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