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Statement from ADI on the White House’s Artificial Intelligence Policy Guidance

ADI applauds today’s White House announcement providing guidance to federal agencies regarding Artificial Intelligence (AI). While the new policies do not yet address government’s internal adoption of AI, the ten principles highlight America’s leading role in the development and use of AI and strongly support a lighter-touch regulatory approach that will help foster, rather that …

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ADI Welcomes New Executive Director

Matthew Cornelius, former senior advisor for cybersecurity and technology at the White House’s Office of Management and Budget (OMB), has joined ADI as its new Executive Director. In this role, he will work with the Board of Directors and Member companies to help drive ADI’s mission of enhancing technological innovation within federal agencies to shape …

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ADI Supports FedRAMP Reform Legislation

There is widespread agreement in the technology sector and in government that the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP), which was established in 2011 to provide a standardized approach to security and risk assessment of government cloud-based systems, is in need of an upgrade. According to GSA, FedRAMP “provides a standardized approach to security …

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IT Modernization, rapid procurements and the Government Shut Down

Why isn’t anyone discussing the national security imperative? As the government shutdown presses forward into unexplored territory, no one is asking what impact the continuing funding delays might have upon IT modernization. This should be a significant concern, as IT modernization is now widely recognized as a national security imperative. The cumbersome and lengthy acquisition …

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