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How New Data Architectures Increase Transparency and Mission Impact
With the amount of data in our world increasing, federal leaders are investing time and effort into building architectures designed to deliver better services. As new frameworks begin to emerge, how will these data architectures address the age-old challenge of data silos?
In this episode of The Federal Innovator Podcast, host, George Jackson, vice president of events at GovExec, is joined by Dave Mooney, services management section chief, cybersecurity division, Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), and Dr. Jennifer Sample, managing director at Accenture Federal Services, to discuss how contemporary data frameworks are changing the way government agencies operate.
AI as a Generalist, Not a Specialist
Nine strategies lie at the heart of the Office of Science and Technology Policy's (OSTP) 2023 National Artificial Intelligence Research and Development Strategic Plan.
In this episode, we'll focus on those nine strategies and how building generalist models can help the federal government achieve its goal of building models that promote and support American values.
What the Science-Technology Feedback Loop Means for Federal R&D
New technologies are causing the physical and digital worlds to converge, creating an increasingly interconnected world where government decision-makers can deliver on their missions at speed and scale.
In this episode, hosts Michael Thieme, Managing Director for the National Security Portfolio at Accenture Federal Services and George Jackson, Vice President of Events at GovExec, are joined by esteemed guest, Jill Marlowe, Digital Transformation Officer for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) to discuss the intersection of emerging technology and federal research.
How IoT is Driving Federal Data Evolution
As cloud computing increases and more federal data becomes available on-demand, many agencies are turning to the Internet of Things (IoT), in which they can instantly connect and exchange data via a network of interrelated physical devices with sensors, software and other technologies. IoT has allowed for military operations to take advantage of edge computing, environmental agencies to monitor the nation’s carbon output, healthcare professionals achieve regulatory compliance and much more.
Although bringing critical federal missions onto the internet brings increased opportunity for innovation, storing critical information in this environment also invites a multitude of security risks. In this episode of The Future of Federal Data Strategy, host Camille Tuttii sits down with Jason Craig, chief technology adviser for WWT to discuss the current state of IoT in the federal sector, and how agencies can benefit from it while addressing its largest security concerns.
What AI and ML Mean for Data Management
As federal agencies work to manage a rapid influx of data, they are turning to automation technology like artificial intelligence and machine learning tools to help. However, due to limited budgets, already-strained IT teams and a negative perception, many agencies struggle to infuse AI into their data initiatives.
In this episode of The Future of Federal Data Strategy podcast series, host Camille Tuutti sits down with Nathan Manzotti, director of data and analytics for the GSA’s Technology Transformation Services department and Bobby Rountree, who serves as the AI/ML leader at NetApp to delve into why automation technology is critical to the future of data management and how their organization is enabling next gen solutions like AI and ML to help agencies drive mission success.
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The Importance of Trustless Security Systems
The recent shift to cloud computing has become a major asset for government agencies, proven to be cost-effective, increase workflow flexibility and reduce strain on IT departments. However, as more data and operations move from data centers to the cloud, there are also inherent security risks. Now more than ever, agencies must deploy tools and technologies built to enable trustless architecture o protect mission-critical assets.
In this episode of the Future of Federal Data Strategy podcast series, host Camille Tutti speaks with chief technology advisor for public sector cybersecurity at World Wide Technology, Paul Cunningham and Marisol Cruz Cain, director of information technology and cybersecurity at the Government Accountability Office to discuss security obstacles agencies face with cloud and how they can stand up the architecture needed to inject trustless security models into operations.