Tag Archive for: Blockchain

SEC RFQ: Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT) Smart Contract Analysis Tool

Solicitation: 50310220Q0087 “The United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), 100 F Street, NE, Washington, DC 20549, intends to procure a distributed ledger technology (DLT) smart contract analysis tool to analyze and detail code within blockchains and other distributed ledgers, in support of its efforts to monitor risk, improve...

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SEC intends to ink 5-year contract with CipherTrace for blockchain forensics product licenses

Solicitation: 2020-110 “The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) intends to award a fixed-price contract on a single source basis to CipherTrace Inc., 68 Willow Road, Menlo Park, CA  94025-3653 for CipherTrace Inspector Licenses.  The NAICS code is 511210.  The Contracting Officer has determined that CipherTrace Inc., is the...

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FedScoop: DHS exploring 5 additional blockchain use cases

“The Department of Homeland Security’s research arm wants to expand its current testing of blockchain technology to prevent forgery and counterfeiting of certificates and licenses.” “The Science and Technology Directorate issued a five-year other transaction solicitation (OTS) through its Silicon Valley Innovation Program for proposals from blockchain startups in...

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FedScoop: NSF marshals data science, blockchain to streamline federal grant processing

“The National Science Foundation is testing a creative mix of machine learning, blockchain technology and data science to tackle a stubborn challenge: How to better evaluate more than 60,000 grant applications it receives each year.” “For NSF CIO Dorothy Aronson, the experiment — which involves giving documents the equivalent...

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DHS CBP testing the feasibility of blockchain to protect Intellectual Property, sensitive data, coronavirus response

“Customs and Border Protection tested the feasibility of using blockchain to protect intellectual property rights (IPR) information transmitted between multiple commercial companies.” “In a late February statement, CBP said the proof of concept demonstrated blockchain can encrypt sensitive data and track it via an electronic ledger to protect IPR...

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More than a dozen add $50M USPTO Intelligent Automation Innovation Support Services (IAISS) BPA

Awardees are being notified for this 5-year BPA released out of the United States Patent and Trademark Office Office of the Chief Information Officer in relation to this requirement which will include piloting, testing and implementation of advanced technologies to include intelligent automation/artificial intelligence that are able to transform...

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Federal News Network: Bureau of Fiscal Service sees potential for blockchain, AI in new pilot programs

“Digital workforces can improve financial management and federal agencies’ customer service. But it’s uncertain exactly how.” “Within the Treasury Department, the Bureau of the Fiscal Service’s Office of Financial Innovation and Transformation (FIT) has launched two pilots in response to this question: one on distributed ledger technology, or blockchain,...

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MeriTalk: Transportation Department Wants Blockchain, AI for Highway Improvements

“The Department of Transportation’s Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) is seeking out blockchain and artificial intelligence (AI) technologies to improve highway safety and operations.” “In a Feb. 3 broad agency announcement (BAA), FHWA put out a request for research and development (R&D) for “revolutionary approaches” to highway tech. FHWA said...

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DOT Federal Highway Administration looking to AI and Blockchain to transform transportation

“The Federal Highway Administration launched an Exploratory Advanced Research Program this week to usher in ‘transformational changes and truly revolutionary advances’ in highway engineering and intermodal transportation on roads across the United States.” “According to a new broad agency announcement, the administration is accepting research effort proposals—with the deliberate...

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Treasury Department experimenting with blockchain-based payment capability for Federal grant recipients

“The Treasury Department is finishing up tests of a blockchain-based grants payment capability in its latest effort to discover how the technology can push more efficiencies into its operations.” “The Treasury Department, said Craig Fischer, innovation program manager at the agency, is about to complete a proof of concept...

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