The Trump administration’s national research and development AI plan has set a goal to focus more on collaboration between government and private sector.
The Cybersecurity Reskilling Academy is accepting applications for a second cohort of students, this time open to the entire federal workforce.
The Coalition believes that a single award approach is asynchronous to normal commercial and organizational buying practice and, because it represents a single channel of attack, raises concerns about potential risks to national security.
In a recognition that smaller firms don’t have the infrastructure to defend themselves against sophisticated attacks, DoD will experiment with a secure cloud approach to defending sensitive information.
The Defense Innovation Board is looking for feedback about ethical AI, but the National Science Foundation says policy has yet to define exactly what that means.
The Defense Department’s new cloud strategy, unveiled just a month ago, is essentially meaningless until the multiple controversies around its JEDI contract are settled.
Three years after Congress gave DoD permission to set up a separate personnel system to attract cyber talent, officials say they’re on the verge of an “exponential” increase in usage of the Cyber Excepted Service.
Earlier this month the Defense Department under Chief Information Officer Dana Deasy put out an 18-page cloud strategy that seemed to be little more than reaffirming what the department is already doing.
The Defense Department launched two pilots to test out its governance, processes, and tools to gauge how artificial intelligence can impact mission areas.
Tom Temin outlines why recent cloud strategies released by the Defense Department read more like a way of backing into what the department has already been doing in cloud computing.