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Expect SOCOM to be at the spearhead of AI testing in DOD

When it comes to artificial intelligence in the military, you can think of the U.S. Special Operation Command (SOCOM) as the testbed for the technology's application in warfare. Army Gen. Richard Clarke said that SOCOM will be the first in the Department of Defense to be fully AI-enabled, using the emerging technology on everything from maintenance to fighting. “We are going to keep putting our money where our mouth is,” Clarke said during a Hudson virtual event on AI in the military. “SOCOM is going to continue to be a pathfinder on unique, repeatable, actual real-world problems we are going to be fighting and make sure we can apply them into the future.” Jackson Barnett has the story.

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Agencies’ EIS transitions modestly slowed by pandemic, so far

While the pandemic has slowed the operations of many major programs across the government as agencies have turned to focus on more pressing response efforts, that hasn't really been the case for the transition to the government’s $50 billion telecommunications and network modernization contract. Only five agencies reported coronavirus-related difficulties since the start of the pandemic. But that number could rise as work gets further underway. Dave Nyczepir has this one.

Space Force gets its own 'werx'

Following suit with other organizations across the Department of the Air Force, the U.S. Space Force has launched its own "werx" program. The new unit, dubbed SpaceWERX, will field commercial technology into Space Force’s growing tech portfolio, as the AFWERX program does for the Air Force. Jackson has more.


‘Immense’ synergies to be gained between TIC 3.0 and CDM

TIC 3.0 and CDM — both developed by DHS’s CISA — are meant to work hand-in-hand in giving agencies visibility into their IT networks and securing them. In a recent panel discussion, government IT leaders from the CDM program and Small Business Administration joined Fortinet’s Jim Richberg to discuss how these natural synergies that allow agencies to securely connect externally to cloud services. Read highlights from the discussion.

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