AIS Unveils Datalance Offering Ahead of JAIC Blanket Purchase Agreement Award
Virginia-headquartered Applied Information Sciences announced the unveiling of its new solution accelerator offering, Datalance, ahead of the award of the Joint Artificial Intelligence Center’s Test and Evaluation Blanket Purchase Agreement. The Datalance offering potentially enables the U.S. government to speed up military access to artificial intelligence technology by building agile and scalable data platforms that emphasize security, automation, transparency and monitoring, AIS said Thursday.
In a statement, AIS said that as a government-wide AI partner selected under the five-year, $249 million-ceiling BPA, it will support federal agencies in developing critical AI capabilities and operationalizing cognitive services. As part of the deal, the company will offer its services in machine learning, deep learning and neural networks, among others.
Larry Katzman, president and chief executive officer of AIS, said the JAIC BPA is the next phase in his company’s commitment to helping the Army accelerate its AI mission, providing services in both the automation of testing and evaluation capabilities.
For his part, Vishwas Lele, AIS’ chief technology officer, said Datalance was built to bring agile principles and an “everything as code” mindset to data. He added that Datalance is the cumulation of mission-critical data projects across highly-regulated federal and commercial organizations.
AIS has been awarded the Business Applications – Power Apps and Power Automate 2020 Microsoft Partner of the Year Award. The company was honored among a global field of top Microsoft partners for demonstrating excellence in innovation and implementation of cloud solutions using Microsoft technology, with industry-leading cloud solutions, IP and expertise.
Category: Digital Modernization
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