Home / Press Releases / GDIT’s Dave Vennergrund: Cloud Infrastructure & Functions to Support Fed Agencies’ AI Efforts

GDIT’s Dave Vennergrund: Cloud Infrastructure & Functions to Support Fed Agencies’ AI Efforts

Dave Vennergrund

TYSONS CORNER, VA, October 23, 2018 — Dave Vennergrund, director of data and analytics at General Dynamics‘ (NYSE: GD) information technology business, has said federal agencies can utilize the cloud as a platform for the development of artificial intelligence technologies, ExecutiveBiz reported Oct. 1.

He wrote Sept. 27 in a company blog post that cloud infrastructure is designed to support machine learning algorithms due to its large memory, high network throughput, high-performance computing functions and capability for parallel processing.

Vennergrund also notes the cloud offers continuously updated services to deliver AI algorithms and tools and can accommodate large datasets to run ML algorithms.

About Executive Mosaic: Founded in 2002, Executive Mosaic is a leadership organization and media company. Executive Mosaic offers highly coveted executive events, breaking business news on the Government Contracting industry, and robust and reliable content through seven influential websites and four consequential E-newswires. Headquarters are located in Tysons Corner, VA. www.executivemosaic.com

Jason Scott
(703) 226-7003

Check Also

DoD Inspector General to Review JEDI Cloud Contract

The Department of Defense’s inspector general has formed a team of auditors to assess the potential 10-year, $10B Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure cloud computing contract, the Washington Post reported Tuesday.

Capgemini Government Solutions to Provide CoE IT Support Under GSA BPA; Doug Lane Quoted

TYSONS CORNER, VA, August 13, 2019 — Capgemini’s government solutions business has received a spot under a three-year blanket purchase agreement from the General Services Administration to be a vendor of information technology products and services to government agencies in support of IT modernization efforts, ExecutiveGov reported July 31.