Report: GSA, Consumer Product Safety Commission in Early Phase of CoE Partnership

Jeff Brody

The General Services Administration and the Consumer Product Safety Commission have begun their information technology modernization partnership through the Centers of Excellence program, FedScoop reported Tuesday.

“We’re working with the GSA COE on the development of an enterprise data strategy and implementation plan to support ongoing work to support of the CPSC’s commitment to evidence-based decision making and the importance of data and analytics in agency operations,” a spokesperson for CPSC told the publication.

Anil Cheriyan, director of GSA’s Technology Transformation Service, mentioned the CoE-CPSC partnership at the White House AI summit. He also cited that the CoE team is in “active discussions” with the Department of Defense’s Joint Artificial Intelligence Center.

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