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Meagan Metzger talks to GovernmentCIO Media about her tech accelerator
Agencies must bridge technologists and business leaders to drive successful data strategies.
Leaders at the Center for Tobacco Products outline new research findings for tobacco and cannabis use, following the onset of COVID-19.
Cloud, AI, machine learning and wearables are helping drive agencies' mission and data-driven decision-making.
The service's cyber lead is synchronizing all cyber efforts, ensuring transparency and accelerating change in a new operating environment.
As a founding visionary for its data strategy, Elizabeth Puchek discusses the importance of citizen development for citizenship services.
Medical data experts argue for components behind ethical AI and data use.
NCCIH outlines the potential Brain2AI has for biomedical and behavioral research.
The Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System quickly detected and alerted federal health agencies on the potentially fatal effects of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine.
The agency is looking to build an AI ecosystem that drives innovation and harnesses data's potential.
The Administration for Community Living is leveraging data to train AI algorithms that deliver a greater insight into adult mistreatment research and predictions.
The Joint Pathology Center's effort to upload 55 million samples of tissues could pave new opportunities in medical research and patient care.
Policies and decision-making at the agency are increasingly involving the value of data.
The cloud is fueling data functions across the institute's research community.
The House Subcommittee on Research & Technology advocates for increased funding around AI, data analytics and robotics.
Partnerships are enabling well-rounded capabilities at GAO, GSA and State.
Agencies officials discuss the progress and opportunities in areas like data, security, AI, IOT and workforce.
The three-pronged action plan around data use, practices and talent looks for a scalable model toward modernization.
Getting to interoperability standards is a journey, not a destination, and requires close collaboration with all parties.
ICE and USCIS have advanced their data strategies with automation over the past year.