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The Hidden Governance in AI

The Hidden Governance in AI

Measurement modeling could further the government’s understanding of AI policymaking tools.

Procurement as an AI Governance Change Agent

Procurement as an AI Governance Change Agent

Soft law standards can promote responsible procurement of artificial intelligence systems.

Procurement Officials Are Leading Federal AI Adoption

Procurement Officials Are Leading Federal AI Adoption

Contracting officials and agency leaders are key to the deployment of ethical AI processes.

Responsible AI is a Management Problem, Not a Purchase

Responsible AI is a Management Problem, Not a Purchase

Developing ongoing programs to monitor AI and sustain good outcomes is essential to ensure AI accountability.

Electrifying the Automotive Market

Electrifying the Automotive Market

Experts discuss the increased regulatory requirements surrounding electric vehicles.

Week in Review

Week in Review

The Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade, limits EPA’s ability to combat climate change, and more…

How Can Governments Use AI to Improve Procurement?

How Can Governments Use AI to Improve Procurement?

By using artificial intelligence, agencies can improve their procurement processes.

Using AI to Reduce Performance Risk in U.S. Procurement

Using AI to Reduce Performance Risk in U.S. Procurement

Advances in digital technology can help in managing the goals of federal acquisition.

Retooling the Acquisition Gateway for Responsible AI

Retooling the Acquisition Gateway for Responsible AI

For government to make the most of artificial intelligence, it needs changes throughout the procurement life cycle.

Artificial Intelligence and Procurement

Artificial Intelligence and Procurement

Experts analyze how procurement could improve AI—and how AI could improve procurement.

The Procurement Path to AI Governance

The Procurement Path to AI Governance

Procurement standards could promote responsible use of artificial intelligence by government.

Long-Term Care After COVID-19

Long-Term Care After COVID-19

Experts recommend regulatory policies to improve long-term care in the wake of COVID-19.