Justice Department Seeks AI-Enabled Solutions to Enable Customizable Internal Communications
The Department of Justice is seeking information on artificial intelligence-enabled internal communications software platforms that can support users’ unique experiences.
According to a request for information from the DOJ’s Justice Management Division, the software platforms should improve the DOJNet website, which the department’s sub-agencies use for internal communications. The department said the website has become cumbersome to use and is in need of updates that can improve functionality, collaboration, productivity and responsiveness.
Software platforms will also be used to create a new platform called Justice Hub, a mobile-ready software-as-a-service intranet platform that allows users to access information more easily. Justice Hub should meet the principles established by the U.S. Web Design System and the 21st Century Integrated Digital Experience Act, FedScoop reported.
Responses to the RFI are due Dec. 8, according to the notice posted on SAM .gov.
The department has been seeking AI-enabled technologies to support its operations. In October, Veritone secured a $15 million DOJ blanket purchase agreement to provide AI-powered software that would help the department transcribe, translate, locate, redact and extract evidence during early case assessments.
Category: Digital Modernization
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