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BAE’s Paul Lewis on Issues to Address When Implementing DoD’s AI Ethical Principles

Paul Lewis Director BAE Systems Inc.

Paul Lewis, director of ethics and business conduct for the intelligence and security sector at BAE Systems Inc., wrote in a commentary published Tuesday on Federal News Network that there are several issues the Department of Defense’s Joint Artificial Intelligence Center should address when implementing the five ethical principles for AI and one is clarifying the terms used in the principles.

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NCI Wins $89M Contract from INSCOM to Provide IT Services; Paul Dillahay Quoted

Paul Dillahay President

NCI Information Systems has been awarded a two-year, $89 million contract from the U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM) to provide IT Fit-Out services for the Secure Admin Operating Facility (SAOF), the company announced Tuesday. Under the contract, NCI will deliver information technology (IT) and audiovisual (AV) engineering services to modernize INSCOM headquarters.

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SAIC Reports Q2 FY 2021 Financial Results; Nazzic Keene Quoted

Nazzic Keene CEO

Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) has announced second quarter fiscal year 2021 results, which ended July 31, the company reported on Thursday. SAIC has estimated the second quarter impact from the COVID-19 pandemic to be approximately $65 million of revenue, $8 million of adjusted EBITDA and an immaterial net impact to free cash flow, primarily driven by reduced volume in the company's supply chain business. 

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Tech Companies Work With Agencies to Ensure Election Security

Election security

Google, Microsoft, Twitter and Facebook announced that they have expanded their group with the addition of new partners and met with representatives from the Department of Homeland Security, Office of the Director of National Intelligence and the FBI to discuss efforts to protect the upcoming presidential elections from disinformation campaigns and foreign interference, the New York Times reported Wednesday.

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