AIS unveils Datalance
On March 3, Reston, VA-based AIS (Applied Information Sciences) announced its new solution accelerator offering, Datalance, ahead of the award of the Joint Artificial Intelligence Center’s (JAIC) Test and Evaluation (T&E) Blanket Purchase Agreement.
Datalance enables the U.S. government to speed up military access to AI technology by building agile and scalable data platforms that emphasize security, automation, transparency, and monitoring.
“Datalance is the cumulation of mission-critical data projects across highly-regulated federal and commercial organizations, where we saw consistent challenges to data consolidation and application of the right AI and ML tooling,” says Vishwas Lele, CTO and EVP, AIS. “We built Datalance to bring agile principles and an ‘everything as code’ mindset to data. Purpose-driven or fit-for-purpose data modeling allows us to help our clients deliver consistent, incremental value to meet their most critical mission and business goals.”
As a government-wide AI partner selected under this five-year, $249 million-ceiling BPA issued by JAIC, AIS will support federal agencies in developing critical AI capabilities and operationalizing cognitive services such as Machine Learning, Deep Learning, and Neural Networks across the U.S. government to further our nation’s mission objectives.
“The prime award of this JAIC BPA is the next phase of our commitment to helping the Army accelerate its AI mission, including both the automation of test and evaluation capabilities, our ATO as a service for cloud migration, and partnership with leading AI and ML capabilities in the Azure cloud,” said Larry Katzman, president and CEO, AIS.
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