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DoD taking renewed interest in blockchain amid COVID-19 pandemic

Blockchain in recent years generated plenty of hype in the federal contracting community, but technology never resulted in many agencies moving forward…

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JAIC entering new phase of life, will create teams to help DoD adopt AI

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Pentagon preparing first comprehensive strategy for Joint All-Domain Command and Control

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Predictive analytics being used to spot missing, suspicious payments for agencies

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LabCFTC proving financial regulatory sector and innovation is not an oxymoron

Melissa Netram, the chief innovation officer of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission and the director of LabCFTC, said the lab is taking a multi-pronged…

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Frictionless transactions in federal IT

ICF CTO Kyle Tuberson joined host John Gilroy on this week’s Federal Tech Talk, and shared some lessons learned for smoothing out technology transitions…

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Army builds retention prediction model using machine learning

The Army is using machine learning to build a retention prediction model, which determines the likelihood of personnel staying in the service.

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