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NASA looks to automate data sharing with government and commercial partners

Chief Data Officer Ron Thompson hopes NASA will start sharing operational data with Space Force Space Operations because currently partnerships occur on a programmatic basis. Dave Nyczepir has the story.

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Pentagon’s Hicks puts pressure on new AI office to deliver results

The Pentagon’s new Chief Digital and Artificial Intelligence Office (CDAO) just achieved full operating capability, and Deputy Secretary of Defense Kathleen Hicks wants it to show clear progress on key initiatives such as Joint All-Domain Command and Control within the next year. Jon Harper has more from Hicks.

Navy demos 5G for machine learning, video surveillance, zero trust and more

Pentagon and Navy officials observed an AT&T-supplied 5G network power artificial intelligence, augmented reality and machine learning and other applications at scale during a recent showcase event at Naval Base Coronado in San Diego. Brandi Vincent has the details.

Census Survey Explorer helping users find the data they need

The Census Bureau’s tool for finding which of its 120-plus surveys have the data users require was born out of the agency’s effort to provide a tutorial on the subject. Dave Nyczepir has this also.

Multifactor authentication could be long haul for some federal agencies, CISA official says

It could be a lengthy path for some federal agencies to adopt the key security step of multifactor authentication required under an executive order last summer, a top federal cybersecurity official told CyberScoop Wednesday. Tim Starks has the story for CyberScoop.


A More Purposeful Mission: The Army’s Multi-Cloud Approach

Raj Iyer, CIO for the U.S. Army, on operationalizing cloud technology to connect data across weapon system platforms and achieve digital overmatch. Iyer also expects that unclassified and classified users across the Army will utilize 100% virtual desktop infrastructure in the next two to three years. Learn more from Iyer.

WATCH: Interviews from Cloudera’s Government Forum 2022

Government and industry leaders joined FedScoop in April to discuss how next-generation data platforms can help agencies accomplish their mission by simplifying data acquisition and delivery–while accelerating agency milestones. Tune in for exclusive interviews with Cloudera’s President Rob Carey and Field CTO Carolyn Duby. Find everything from the event here.

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