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GSA planning to lend tech, acquisition expertise to support scaling TMF
Personnel from the Centers of Excellence and Presidential Innovation Fellows program may be tapped for project evaluation improvements after the TMF received $1 billion for pressing modernization projects.
Agencies gain ‘momentum’ appointing Evidence Act leadership
Chief data officers, statistical officials and evaluation officers have mostly been designated and are collaborating on councils, according to one OMB official.
Biden’s GSA administrator pick Robin Carnahan boasts strong tech credentials
Robin Carnahan founded and led the state and local government practice at 18F, GSA's tech consultancy.
White House pushes civilian agencies to use trustworthy AI in new executive order
The order borrows heavily from principles already established by the defense and intelligence communities, extending them to those outside the national security space.
GSA releases finalized federal data skills catalog and ethics framework
The living documents will guide agencies developing data management competencies and officials in making ethical decisions.
GSA put data at risk mishandling 15,000 contract employee access cards
The agency couldn't account for about 15,000 cards, according to auditors.
AI Caucus could help generate support for much-needed legislation
Rep. Jerry McNerney believes educating Congress could pave the way for bills like his AI in Government Act of 2020.
The newest cohort of Presidential Innovation Fellows goes virtual
The 2021 PIFs will be working remotely. They were chosen with an added emphasis on attracting artificial intelligence talent to the federal government. They'll be working remotely.
Trump administration releases data skills catalog, ethics framework
As part of the Federal Data Strategy 2020 Action Plan, the White House recently published a curated data skills catalog and a data ethics framework for public comment.