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The VA's electronic health records platform is hit with another outage. CISA names a permanent assistant director of its industry liaison unit. A senior data scientist at commerce says the use of public-private authorities can help agencies adopt explainable AI. This is FedScoop for Oct. 11.

VA’s electronic health records system hit with pharmacy module outage

Part of the Department of Veterans Affairs’ electronic health records system used to deliver pharmacy services went down for a period of at least nine hours on Oct. 6, FedScoop understands. Nihal Krishan has the scoop.

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CISA names Mona Harrington assistant director of National Risk Management Center

She joined CISA in February as deputy assistant director and has been carrying out the role of assistant director on an acting basis since March. John Hewitt Jones has the story.

NTIS chief data scientist: Public-private partnership authority can help agencies with explainable AI

Agencies looking to make better use of data for explainable artificial intelligence should take advantage of the National Technical Information Service’s “unique” partnership authority, according to its chief data scientist. Dave Nyczepir has the story.

Pentagon's list of Chinese military-linked companies operating in the U.S. grows

The world’s biggest consumer drone-maker Shenzhen-based DJI Technology and China’s top genetics firm BGI are among more than a dozen companies the Defense Department spotlighted this week on its latest list of entities that operate in the U.S. and are likely connected to the Chinese military. Brandi Vincent has the story for DefenseScoop.


$100M Booz Allen fund aims to bolster defense and national security efforts

Booz Allen Ventures fund plans to dole out strategic investments to bridge gaps between promising Silicon Valley technologies and the Defense Department’s innovation efforts. Beyond the funding, Booz Allen Ventures VP Brian MacCarthy says in a new Daily Scoop Podcast that he also envisions tapping into its “talent base to help these startups integrate downrange into major systems on Booz Allen contracts." Hear more from MacCarthy.

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