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As we continue our series on AI and the Public Sector, we want to highlight some Federal agencies, their role in the emerging AI landscape in government and some of the ways AI is already being utilized in their work and mission activities.  Today we'll be turning the spotlight on the General Services Administration (GSA) and the National Science Foundation (NSF).  GSA, as you know, plays an important government-wide role and we'll learn more about the newly-established AI Center of Excellence.  In January, NSF announced a major reorganization of its IT functions, including the appointments of a new CIO, CTO, Chief Data Officer and assistant CIO for artificial intelligence. The IT revitalization within NSF is meant to support the mission of the CHIPS and Science Act of 2022 which provides roughly $52.7 billion to explicitly drive semiconductor research, manufacturing and workforce development in the U.S.   

AI Spotlight: Use Cases in GSA and NSF


George Jackson, VP of Events, GovExec

Dorothy Aronson, Chief Digital Officer, AI Officer, NSF

Renee Wynn, Former CIO, NASA

Zach Whitman, Chief Data Officer, General Services Administration