CORAS Named to the Basic Ordering Agreement (BOA) on the Joint Artificial Intelligence Center (JAIC) Data Readiness for Artificial Intelligence Development (DRAID)

Supporting the Department of Defense's Office of the Chief Digital and Artificial Intelligence Officer (CDAO) Missions

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CORAS FedRAMP High Enterprise Decision Management Platform has been named to the $241M Joint Artificial Intelligence Center (JAIC) Data Readiness for Artificial Intelligence Development (DRAID) Basic Ordering Agreement (BAO).

CORAS President and CTO Dan Naselius said, "CORAS solutions bring perspectives and real-time information to leaders. CORAS focuses on the last mile of the process bringing packaged/configurable AI-driven solutions to the business users. CORAS stands out from the field in our ability to normalize data in both structured and unstructured forms and deliver it in highly secure environments. This allows the business users to be up and running in unprecedented timeframes and driving data-driven decisions."

With the recent creation of the Office of the Chief Digital and Artificial Intelligence Officer (CDAO) there is an even more formalized focus on supporting department efforts to understand the scope and power of their information. Using the DRAID, the DoD will be able to leverage the power of the American enterprise to create the troves of AI-ready data that will power the transformation of the DoD through AI.

CORAS is already at work in the DoD managing an array of disparate data sources and bringing access, data modeling, and information retrieval to departments within the federal civilian and military government. 

CORAS' Enterprise SaaS solution manages the US Navy's digital POM. CORAS also supports various S&T portfolios, funding prioritization and tradeoffs, and program-level management that use data to solve complex business challenges. Our proprietary solutions allow CORAS to be an open data company that supports the preparation and readiness of data for AI and ML as well as putting the teams in place that can gather the data and run models against it.

CORAS, the "Decision Maker's, Decision Maker," supports DoD departments and agencies to manage some of the largest business challenges with solutions that offer flexibility to work with existing programs with proven business processes and no data lock-in. The CORAS solution for the JAIC DRAID will bring a combination of teams and sets of capabilities to transform departments ready to start their AI journey.

CORAS is teaming partners with HumanTouch, a government contractor and technology services organization focused on data readiness and AI-driven root cause analysis and Cross-Functional AI Resolution Technology (CART).  

CORAS is part of the family of companies held by Executive 1 Holding Company, LLC (EX1), a strategic partnership of leading providers of AI/ML/NLP, technology, and consulting solutions to the federal government (HumanTouch, LLC, Plasticity, Inc., and DocuGraph). HumanTouch humanizes AI; advancing people, systems, and missions. Learn how HumanTouch strengthens effectiveness in the marketplace through explainable AI, business intelligence, industry knowledge, and proven customer support. 

Press contact: Rebecca Churchill rc@churchillcommunicationsllc.com 917-518-9789

Source: CORAS

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Categories: Artificial Intelligence and Expert Systems

Tags: AI, BOA, CDAO, DecisionScience, DigitalTransformation, DoD, DRAID, EnterpriseDecisionManagement, explainableAI, FedRAMP, HumanizingAI, JAIC


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