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The agency is embracing new strategies to navigate an evolving talent, training and recruiting environment.
The collaborative document aims to keep AI ethical and equitable while standardizing best practices at the federal level.
HHS, CMS and VA have spoken out about recent Supreme Court rulings concerning Roe v. Wade.
The National AI Research Resource task force is developing a roadmap to expand cyber infrastructure for AI R&D.
AI leaders are making AI more accurate, accessible and equitable.
The White House aims to accelerate cancer research, expand data-sharing, reduce cancer deaths and encourage screenings.
Inglis reveals his plan for facilitating more communication between cyber leaders and creating consequences for bad cyber actors.
The playbook looks to promote ethical and successful AI adoption across HHS.
The President’s Management Agenda identifies IT and data as foundational tools for mission delivery.
Cyber incident reporting takes center stage as federal cyber leaders tackle recent security incidents.
The executive branch is leaning on digital technologies to increase engagement with the public.
Additional funding is providing $2.5 billion to the agency in supplemental block grant funding for states for pandemic-related stressors.
Congress is faced with new recommendations to advance AI for national security and talent development over the next decade.
The executive order calls upon HHS to cement expanded Medicare telehealth coverage and improve rural health care infrastructure.
The collaborative effort combines the compute-power of multiple systems to progress worldwide, scientific discovery.
The move is part of the national response to the coronavirus outbreak.
The principles are the latest move in an executive branch push for AI benefitting all Americans.
Federal leaders hope AI use cases will spur innovation across government.
Government data and emerging tech leaders discuss the ramifications of the data boom and how agencies can harness it.
Industry members weigh in on the changing perceptions of federal employment, the incoming workforce and how agencies can bounce back.