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The Air Force’s Integrated Logistics System – Supply has been in a near-constant state of modernization since the 1980s. Lead engineer James Harbison details some lessons learned along the way.Read more
The new system is expected to roll out with 99 deployments at 123 sites worldwide over the next three years.
“We found out that the shipyards oftentimes were competing with one another, buying parts from the same commercial vendor to effect their availabilities,” Rear Adm. Peter Stamatopoulos, NAVSUP’s commander, said in an interview with Federal News Network.
NTIA is seeking a big budget boost this year, and some lawmakers want to bolster the agency’s authorities over issues ranging from federal spectrum management to artificial intelligence accountability.
Possessing the ability to move data from anywhere to anywhere with a single platform to feed analytic processes enables government organizations to achieve missions faster and more strategically than before.
Now one year after the tumultuous TSP update last June, recent changes to My Account show FRTIB’s goal of slow but steady improvements for participants.
The Defense Department says it doesn’t favor adding its workforce to OPM’s new special salary rate for IT and cyber employees, largely for cost reasons. But it does want to expand its own special pay system known as the Cyber Excepted Service.
The Department of Veterans Affairs is ramping up IT spending across several major projects, but those contracting dollars are increasingly concentrated amongst a handful of large companies.
This week on Accelerating Government, host Dave Wennergren talks with more winners of ACT-IAC’s 2023 Innovation Awards and a leading industry voice on innovation.
As a government agency, responsible governance is key to unlocking the benefits of AI while mitigating its risks. We must establish clear and comprehensive regulations and standards that ensure AI is used ethically and safely. At the same time, we must be vigilant about the potential for bias and misuse of AI and work to prevent these issues.
The NIST project is evolving as agencies look to more quickly adopt software while complying with security and privacy frameworks.