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Dean Souleles: Intelligence Community Should Invest in Tech, Data to Advance AI Adoption

Dean Souleles, chief technology adviser at the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, said the intelligence community is now laying the groundwork for artificial intelligence adoption, Federal News Network reported Friday. He mentioned IC’s efforts to modernize its technology infrastructure and advance cloud adoption as part of its IT enterprise program ICITE and the need to invest in graphical processing units and other technologies that will facilitate AI computation.

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GAO’s Innovation Lab Aims to Support Auditing Work With Analytics, AI; Taka Ariga Quoted

The Government Accountability Office has established an innovation lab to advance the use of analytics capabilities and emerging technologies to help improve the work of auditors and other government personnel. GAO said Tuesday the formation of the lab is one of the tasks of the agency’s science, technology assessment and analytics team, which was created in January.

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OFPP Chief Michael Wooten Lays Out Priorities to Modernize Federal Acquisition Process

Michael Wooten, administrator of the Office of Federal Procurement Policy within the Office of Management and Budget, said he has a set of priorities to advance and transform the government acquisition process. One is to build on current efforts to leverage the purchasing power through category management, Nextgov reported Monday.

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Lt. Gen. Robert Ashley on DIA’s Top Three Priorities to Improve Intelligence Gathering

Army Lt. Gen. Robert Ashley, director of the Defense Intelligence Agency and 2019 Wash100 Award winner, said DIA has three priorities to improve intelligence-gathering efforts. One is to ensure the resiliency, reliability and security of its Joint Worldwide Intelligence Communication System, the Department of Defense website reported Monday.

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