DISA Issues AI Test & Evaluation Tech, Support RFI

Jeff Brody

The Defense Information Systems Agency is seeking industry ideas to develop test and evaluation software for the Department of Defense’s artificial intelligence center of excellence.

A sources sought notice posted Monday stated that JAIC is looking to establish processes to assess machine and deep learning and neural networks intended to support a planned Joint Common Foundation.

The center also seeks T&E support from government, commercial and academic organizations to demonstrate potential offerings, such as containerized cloud-based testing platforms, from JAIC’s National Mission Initiative or other DoD programs.

Interested parties have until May 12 to submit capability statements. DISA noted its representatives may conduct one-on-one meetings with potential contractors.

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