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Combining data lakes and meshes will enable government agencies to align their data assets more efficiently in compliance with the executive order on artificial intelligence, said Dave Vennergrund, vice president of AI and data insights at General Dynamics Information Technology. He discussed the significance of information lakehouses to government initiatives enabled by AI and machine learning, and how they can help the development of trustworthy and secure AI.

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Zero trust is increasingly becoming a critical component of cybersecurity as threats resort more to data-centric attacks, said Garrett Yee, General Dynamics Information Technology's vice president and general manager for the U.S. Army and defense agencies sector. In an interview with Armed Forces Communications & Electronics Association International, Yee shared his short- and long-term outlook for zero trust and how artificial intelligence is impacting tactical decision-making.

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Amy Gilliland, president of General Dynamics Information Technology, said GDIT is ramping up its investments in digital engineering in 2024 driven by the interest of the Department of Defense and military services in the field. Gilliland, a six-time Wash100 awardee, told the publication in an interview that GDIT has witnessed a “demand from customers … to design programs in a digital engineering environment.”

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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.

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The Department of Commerce’s International Trade Administration is using the Department of Homeland Security's zero trust maturity model to organize its own cloud-based cybersecurity framework, said Gerald Caron, chief information officer of ITA. In an interview led by Matthew McFadden, vice president of cyber at General Dynamics Information Technology, Caron discussed the efforts of ITA to catch up with other agencies in terms of modernization efforts, and their implementation of zero trust architecture.

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A General Dynamics subsidiary will work to modernize the Medicaid program of Alabama under a $63 million contract awarded by the state's Medicaid Agency. General Dynamics Information Technology will use its cloud computing, data management and cybersecurity capabilities to enhance the information technology applications and infrastructure of Alabama Medicaid programs.

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A new General Dynamics Information Technology study has found that federal agencies recognize the potential role of artificial intelligence in defensive cyber operations, particularly in cyberthreat detection.

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Christopher Brooks, a U.S. Air Force veteran, has been named vice president of enterprise information technology solutions for the air and space forces business area at General Dynamics' IT division, according to a recently published LinkedIn post. Brooks most recently served as chief of the Air Force's network integration division and head of the operations division at Scott Air Force Base in Illinois.

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System High, a portfolio company of Enlightenment Capital, will provide integrated security support services to the Department of the Air Force under a subcontract from General Dynamics' information technology business unit. The company said Monday it will help the DAF secure mission-critical activities related to national security as part of the $4.5 billion Air Force Security Support Services multiple-award, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract issued in February 2021.

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General Dynamics’ information technology business announced the opening of the GDIT Emerge Innovation Center at the company’s headquarters in Falls Church, Virginia. GDIT said Thursday that the center is the latest investment in its expansion of research and development and technology labs nationwide to support government missions. “Our customers’ needs have evolved, and they require […] More
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