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NASA Invests in Graduate Research on Aviation, Space

NASA has issued a total of $2.3 million in grants to support graduate student research projects across 13 minority institutions and four majority institutions. These projects support national aviation and space efforts such as the Artemis program that aims to revive manned lunar exploration, NASA said Thursday.

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GAO Urges NASA to Take More Action in Major Program Scheduling

The Government Accountability Office has assessed the scheduling of NASA’s efforts to manage major human space exploration systems. GAO said Wednesday that it's looking into the space agency’s development activities of the Orion spacecraft, the Space Launch System rocket and Exploration Ground Systems.

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Navy Develops Cloud Environment for Big Data Computing

The Office of Naval Research is working to develop a cloud platform that would address computing challenges that come the increase of data sources. ONR partnered with the U.S. Navy's small business innovation research program to create Cloud-to-Edge, a cloud computing environment designed to facilitate big data processing for warfighters, the service branch said Tuesday.

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USAF Formally Names T-X Aircraft With Red-Tailed Color Scheme

The U.S. Air Force has named its new Boeing-made T-X aircraft, with a public announcement at the Air Force Association’s Air, Space and Cyber Conference. Matthew Donovan, acting USAF secretary, announced the aircraft's naming as the T-7A Red Hawk in National Harbor, Md., on Monday, the service branch said the same day.

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HHS Pilots AI System to Determine Government-Friendliness of Services

The Department of Health and Human Services has adopted artificial intelligence to determine how government-friendly a solicited service can be, FCW reported Monday. Jose Arrieta, chief information officer at HHS, said the department constructed a neural network that has so far calculated correctly 86 percent of the time.

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