Mike Beckley, founder and CTO of Appian, joins host John Gilroy on this week's Federal Tech Talk to discuss how the company's low code approach will revolutionize how custom software gets built.
The Trump administration's national research and development AI plan has set a goal to focus more on collaboration between government and private sector.
How and in what areas is AI being adopted in the national security space? What is an AI ecosystem? How can government and the military enhance their AI ecosystems?
A lot of vendors see a future in artificial intelligence technology, and a lot of federal agency managers have the sense AI could help their programs.
Paul Tatum, senior vice president of Solution Engineering - Public Sector at Salesforce, joins host John Gilroy on this week's Federal Tech Talk to discuss case management, collaboration, and how his company can help federal agencies integrate and store data in a safe and secure cloud.
Jim Wiggins, executive director at the Federal IT Security Institute joins host John Gilroy on this week's Federal Tech Talk to discuss the steps federal agencies can take to get up to date on their cybersecurity training.
Agencies have a lot to balance when it comes to artificial intelligence but now they've got some guidance based on research by the Professional Services Council.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology has just over two months to submit a plan for artificial intelligence technical standards, and a lot needs to be considered.
To help ease the administrative burden on Border Patrol agents, U.S. Customs and Border Protection is creating a new position for handling the processing of border apprehensions.
In today's Federal Newscast, Army officials have given an update of how many female soldiers are now in combat brigades, and plans to place more in the future.
HHS named Jose Arrieta, the deputy assistant secretary and senior procurement executive, to be its new chief information officer, making him one of only a few technology executives, who once was a contracting officer.
The Army seeks industry feedback on ways to leverage emerging technology to transform the way it operates and maintains its bases, despite a nearly flat budget.
Engineers have long had tools such as computer-aided design and a lot of vendors provide CAD modeling software. But ARPA-E is going beyond that.
In today's Federal Newscast, as part of a new pilot program, the Defense Department awards contracts to five companies to actively recruit technical talent from the private sector.