VA makes the case for another record funding request in 2022
The Department of Veterans Affairs expects the pandemic-driven surge in demand for its services will continue well into 2022, putting pressure on its staff and finances.
The Veterans Benefits Administration is helping the National Archives and Records Administration expand its pandemic operations and is scanning decades of paper-based military personnel records into a digital format.
Black, Latino, Native American and other minorities had higher rates of COVID-19 – contracting it and and being hospitalized – than the national average. Last summer, Dr. Gary Gibbons decided to do something about it.
The Navy, through its Office of Naval Research is pursuing artificial intelligence applications across a broad spectrum of the service’s responsibilities to man, train and equip, as well as warfighting, sustainment and readiness.