Home / Tag Archives: Marina Fox

Tag Archives: Marina Fox

GSA Planning to Launch AI-Based Solicitation Review Tool in September

Marina Fox, the General Services Administration’s DotGov domain services manager, said during the Government Analytics Breakfast Forum that the GSA intends to launch an artificial intelligence-based solicitation analysis tool in September, Fedscoop reported Thursday. Fox noted that the agency plans to conduct final assessments for the Solicitation Review Tool, which analyzes federal agency solicitations for Section 508 compliance, by July. 

Read More »

GSA Building AI Tool to Review Accessibility of Federal Solicitations

An office within the General Services Administration is building an artificial intelligence-based tool that could scan federal solicitations online to find those not accessible for people with disabilities, Federal News Network reported Friday. GSA is working on the Solicitation Review Tool designed to ensure proposal requests from agencies are compliant with the accessibility standards under Section 508

Read More »

GSA Develops AI Platform to Evaluate Contract Solicitation Regulation Compliance

The General Services Administration plans to use artificial intelligence technology to review the compliance of contract solicitations with a certain federal rule, FCW reported Tuesday. Marina Fox, dot-gov domain services manager at the GSA, said that the agency's Solicitation Review Tool would check if a contract's internet-based content is accessible to people with disabilities as required under Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act.

Read More »

GSA to Implement HTTPS in Web Browsers for New Executive Branch Domains

The General Services Administration will automatically enforce a communications protocol in modern web browsers for newly-established executive branch .gov domains and subdomains in a push to help agencies achieve secure communications. GSA’s Marina Fox and Eric Mill wrote in a post published Thursday the dotgov.gov program will submit newly registered executive branch domains …

Read More »