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Veritone to Provide AI-Powered Software to Justice Department Under Multimillion-Dollar BPA

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Veritone to Provide AI-Powered Software to Justice Department Under Multimillion-Dollar BPA

The Department of Justice has awarded artificial intelligence solutions provider Veritone a $15 million blanket purchase agreement for software support services.

Under the BPA, Veritone will provide AI-powered software and professional services to help the DOJ transcribe, translate, locate, redact and extract evidence during early case assessments. The company’s Justice and Public Sector services are powered by the aiWARE platform, which allows users to deploy their solutions from on-premise, cloud or hybrid platforms and share data with their partners.

The BPA was issued nearly a year after aiWARE’s availability was expanded to cover all DOJ agencies, Veritone said Tuesday.

Jon Gacek, general manager of Veritone’s public sector business unit, said the BPA allows the department to acquire solutions seamlessly and would allow its personnel to be more productive in their investigations and reviews.

The Veritone contract follows another award the department issued for technical assistance.

In August, the DOJ awarded ICF a potential five-year, $14 million contract recompete to continue overseeing training and technical assistance for the Office for Victims of Crime. ICF was tasked to develop best practices and standards for victim service providers centered on skills and organizational capacity-building.

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