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JAIC seeks Data Interpretation, Management Support for DOD Initiatives

The Joint Artificial Intelligence Center is seeking potential sources that can provide assistance for AI development efforts across the Department of Defense. The US Army Material Command in a proposal posted last week said that the Data Readiness for AI development covers data preparation and related services.

According to a solicitation report, DRAID task orders have potential leverage of $241.6 million to cover a five-year performance period. The task orders may get indulge in contracts from the enterprises. The enterprises often cover a large area for performing their activities, and the JAIC is confined to establish their set-up with proper procurement.

Contract activities may include data engineering and analysis,  Extract Transform Load operations, database development, synthetic data generation, software development, enterprise information technology support, and cloud integration. These activities would further enhance the performance levels of the JAIC adopted for the Defense of Department. The parties interested need to make sure that they have profound cyber history and don’t indulge in the prevalence of any malicious content.

The Defense of Department is an integral part of the US Army for conducting undercover operations by setting up intelligence centers across the world. The surveillance standard should match the requirement and only then the proposal would get accepted. Interested parties must submit the proposals by April 28. Inquires on the solicitation are due on April 7.

The Data Management Enterprises and Various Agencies are preparing their proposals for the purpose of getting shortlisted by the DOD. The Data Interpretation Analysis is a key aspect to analyze the threats on the database servers and handle all the operation-related activities.  Joined efforts of the JAIC along with AI companies would help DOD delegate its operations to focus on sensitive concerning topics.

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