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SAIC will deliver information technology services for the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs through a potential 10-year, $60.7 billion award. IT services provided under the Transformation Twenty-One Total Technology Next Generation Two contract, or T4NG2, will span 11 functional areas and support both the VA and additional agencies, SAIC announced from its Reston, Virginia headquarters on Wednesday.
SAIC is sponsoring the Potomac Officers Club's Achieving Transformative Cooperation for National Defense Forum on March 14. To learn more and register to attend the forum, click here.More
General Dynamics Information Technology has received the Amazon Web Services 2023 North America Collaboration Partner Award for delivering artificial intelligence and machine learning services in support of the Navy Enterprise Service Desk program. The recognition marks GDIT's third AWS award, following the Government Competency Public Sector Consulting Partner Award in 2019 and the Global Public Sector Partner Award in 2021, the General Dynamics business unit said Thursday.More
Noelle Russell, an artificial intelligence executive with more than two decades of industry experience, has been named data and AI market lead at Accenture's federal services business arm. She will oversee go-to-market and innovation strategies to drive growth across Accenture Federal Services' data and AI practice in her new position, the company said in a media alert released Tuesday, of which Executive Mosaic has received a copy.More
The Department of Homeland Security is planning to award a contract worth up to $100 million to procure operations and maintenance services in support of its Student and Exchange Visitor Information System. According to an Acquisition Planning Forecast System notice, DHS requires design, development, test, deployment, O&M, engineering and security support for the web-based system that manages data on international students and exchange visitors.
Join the Potomac Officers Club’s 2023 Homeland Security Summit on Nov. 15 to learn about the U.S. government’s national security priorities and initiatives. Click here to register for the highly anticipated event.More
The space industry needs to address challenges in satellite data volume, bandwidth and latency to prepare for the forecasted surge in satellite launches in the next five years, said Clint Crosier, aerospace and satellite director at Amazon Web Services. In an interview on CIO.inc, he recommended the use of cloud-based artificial intelligence, machine learning and next-generation data analytics to solve the three major space data problems.More
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