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Salesforce’s Casey Coleman: Cloud Platforms Can ‘Build Trust’ in Government Services

Casey Coleman, senior vice president of global government solutions at Salesforce (NYSE: CRM), said that agencies should implement cloud computing platforms to address the needs of people they serve and increase their confidence in the government. Coleman wrote that cloud services could enable agencies to immediately address the “trust gap” …

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ArchIntel Announces Strategic Partnership with TechnoMile

We are proud to announce the partnership between TechnoMile and ArchIntel to create the ArchIntel Salesforce Connector, a solution that will enable ArchIntel users to access and share Archintel content on Salesforce. TechnoMile is an industry-specific cloud solutions and services provider located in Tysons, VA, and is a cloud solutions …

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Expert Panel Discusses Opportunities & Challenges Facing Artificial Intelligence During Potomac Officers Club’s 2019 AI Summit

On Wednesday, Feb. 13th, GovCon leaders from public and private sectors gathered at the Hilton in McLean, Va., for the Potomac Officers Club’s 2019 Artificial Intelligence Summit. The event featured three keynote speakers and two separate panels featuring some of the top experts in the artificial intelligence sector. Following the …

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Potomac Officers Club Hosts 2019 Artificial Intelligence Summit; Dana Deasy Gives Keynote

On Wednesday, Feb. 13th, Govcon leaders from public and private sectors gathered at the Hilton in McLean, Va., for the Potomac Officers Club’s 2019 Artificial Intelligence Summit. The event featured two separate panels and three keynote speakers with Dana Deasy, the chief information officer for the Department of Defense and …

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Ball Aerospace, Caltech to Support NASA’s $242M SPHEREx Mission

NASA has selected Ball Aerospace to build spacecraft and chosen the California Institute of Technology to develop payload for a two-year, $242M mission to explore how the universe evolved and the presence of ingredients for life in planetary systems across galaxies. The space agency said Thursday it aims to launch …

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Report: Federal IT Spending Projected to Exceed $93B in Fiscal 2020

Bloomberg Government analysts forecast that the federal government will invest more than $93B in information technology programs if current spending trends continue across agencies, Nextgov reported Tuesday. “Based on historical spending trends, we’re looking at between $93 and $94B in an IT budget, about half of which will go to …

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White House Launches ‘American AI Initiative’ Through Executive Order

President Donald Trump on Monday signed an executive order to launch a new program that will direct federal resources toward the development of artificial intelligence in order to build up economic and national security and improve the quality of life of citizens. The American AI Initiative has five key principles …

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Peraton’s Reginald Brothers on DoD R&D Funding, Artificial Intelligence

Reginald Brothers, an executive vice president and chief technology officer of Peraton, said during a Government Matters interview aired Thursday that the pace of technology suggests that the Department of Defense needs more research-and-development funding in order to remain competitive. “The challenge now is how fast technology is changing. As such, …

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McAleese & Associates: Undersecretary Matthew Donovan on Air Force’s Readiness, Other Priorities

Consulting firm McAleese & Associates has issued a report on the U.S. Air Force’s priorities for 2020 discussed by USAF Undersecretary Matthew Donovan at an Air Force Association event. Donovan said Friday at the AFA event that readiness remains the Air Force’s top priority and that the service plans to increase …

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SAP’s Tom Padgett, Laura Grant: Agencies Should Pick Cloud Partners Committed to Security, Innovation

Tom Padgett and Laura Grant of SAP (NYSE: SAP) have said agencies should partner with a cloud service provider with a capability to innovate and offer security. Grant and Padgett wrote about the potential benefits to agencies of handing the responsibility to innovate to cloud providers. “By shifting that responsibility …

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