DoD’s AI Hub Seeks Industry Input on Business Process Automation

DoD’s AI Hub Seeks Industry Input on Business Process Automation
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The Department of Defense wants industry to give its Joint Artificial Intelligence Center ideas for a project aimed at creating a model to automate and accelerate AI technology acquisition processes.

JAIC is looking to use other transaction authority for prototyping an automated business process system, according to a sources sought notice published Friday.

Interested parties have until Oct. 9 to provide input.

Goals of the project include driving JAIC's collaboration with non-traditional contractors within the commercial and academic sectors and increasing its adoption of Agile and DevSecOps approaches to manage programs of record, the Aug. 28 RFI notice says.

The center initially posted a request for information to determine a potential nonprofit manager for its planned AI acquisition business model.

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