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Artificial intelligence (AI) technology is growing increasingly diverse in its slew potential uses to improve government operations. For optimized use, AI necessitates as large volume of data––something the U.S. government possesses. Deloitte confirms the federal government plans to …
On Tuesday, August 20, 2019 Public Spend Forum convened experts from government and industry to discuss barriers to entry that small and emerging companies face when trying to enter the public sector market. Featuring the perspectives …
From this Monday – July 8 2019 – Croatia will completely replace the printing of bills on paper by the state and the public sector in Croatia with electronic invoices. This comes inline with the government decision, effective on July …
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a broad umbrella catchall for a slew of technological advances, including but not limited to machine learning and automation. Builtin estimates that AI could add as much as $15.7 …
The challenges the U.S. military faces become increasingly complex as technology advances. The prevalence of augmented reality (AR) in the consumer market comes on the tail-end of one of its first implementations in a heads up display for …
There are a handful of large-scale, well-established big wigs in the cloud industry. Amazon Web Services and Microsoft are the heaviest hitters in the Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) market, closely trailed by Google, IBM, and Oracle. However,  …
ECS lands a $276 million cyber award from DHS to deliver an advanced CDM Dashboard, Philadelphia plans to revise its procurement policies to support minority-owned businesses, and AR/VR tech continues to transform how governments use data and more …
As we continue to track engagement on GovShop, we thought it would be interesting to take a look at which supplier profiles our users are spending the most time viewing. Having a complete GovShop profile ensures that suppliers are …
Episode 16 of the Public Procurement Leaders Podcast featuring Tammy Rimes As a career purchasing agent for the City of San Diego, Tammy Rimes has witnessed procurement evolution firsthand. “In the past, for something as …
GSA released an RFI on the agency’s plan to consolidate its 24 existing schedules into one contract vehicle and plans for a civilian DEOS cloud contract for agencies’ back-office functions. All this and more in Public Spend Forum’s …