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CIA introduces first federal lab

The CIA on Monday launched CIA Labs, “a federal laboratory and in-house research and development arm for CIA to drive science and technology breakthroughs for tomorrow’s intelligence challenges,” the agency said in a release. Dawn Meyerriecks, head of CIA’s Directorate of Science and Technology, teased the new lab last week, touting it as a forum to give officers the ability to patent or license the intellectual property they develop for the CIA. She called it “our attempt, based on others before us, to register and in fact patent the [intellectual properties] of our inventors,” and a “different way to take care of our people.” Billy Mitchell has more.

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Space Force continues work securing space from cyberattacks

As the budding Space Force develops, one of its major focuses is building out cybersecurity for the military's vital space systems and communications. The force recently struck a deal with Silicon Valley-based Xage Security to prototype a system that is “rooted in tamperproof blockchain technology” for the protection of space systems. FedScoop spoke with Xage about the work it will provide the Space Force. More from Jackson Barnett.

Machine learning for regulatory review

The General Services Administration wants to review regulations using machine learning. GSA awarded a $9.9 million contract to Deloitte and to Esper, Inc. for ML support to review rules and regulations to identify trends in the data, which can help eliminate redundancies and streamline the process of writing new ones. The agency used a commercial solutions opening (CSO) acquisition to quickly procure the solution. Dave Nyczepir has this one.


Agencies push to a new normal with the power of AI

Artificial intelligence and machine learning are playing a critical role in how government provides public support during the pandemic. However, AI implementation remains unfamiliar territory for many government leaders. Having the right partners at the table is an important factor driving more meaningful outcomes and long-term benefits to the public, at scale. Read more from IT leaders.

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