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18F's Colter gives her parting thoughts

Angela Colter's last day as director of 18F was Friday. Before departing the digital services consultant housed in the General Services Administration, she sat down with FedScoop for an enlightening chat about her time at 18F, what makes a good project for the organization, and how close it is to becoming cost-recoverable. Tajha Chappellet-Lanier talked to Colter.

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CenturyLink's secret sauce under EIS

CenturyLink has won a handful of awards out of the gate under the $50 billion Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions contract. Dave Young, CenturyLink senior vice president of public sector, chatted with FedScoop about the early success with the contract, the type of work his company is pursuing under EIS and the lessons to be learned from the massive governmentwide acquisition. “That network foundation is the key to build upon all your IT modernization efforts,” Young said. “It’s really cool to see the government moving in this direction. We believe there’s a very strong foundation that all this IT modernization is enabled by, and we believe that’s the fiber network that interconnects businesses and government together.” Billy Mitchell spoke with Young.

Energy’s AI office names first director

The Department of Energy named Cheryl Ingstad to head its newly launched Artificial Intelligence & Technology Office. Ingstad will oversee the office's development, coordination and application of the emerging technology. “It is an honor to be able to lay the foundation for this critical office with DOE’s world-class AI experts,” Ingstad said during her swearing-in Tuesday. “DOE and its 17 national labs are uniquely positioned, and already hard at work, to lead in AI’s application to our core missions.” Dave Nyczepir has this one.

C2 isn't sexy, but it's critical to modernization

The Air Force will need to use integrated command and control networks across air, land, sea, cyber and space to meet future challenges, experts stressed at a Brookings event Friday. Command and control is not a “sexy” topic for a force that measures speed against that of sound and controls nuclear weapons, but it is a critical part of modernization, said one panelist. The panel discussed Joint All-Domain Command and Control, how artificial intelligence can speed up C2 and much more. Jackson Barnett has the story.

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