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Fraud Detection

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Federal Tech Day 2023: Impact Through Innovation

By: CIO Council | 12 Jun 2023

The Federal Chief Information Officers (CIO) Council, in partnership with the U.S. Department of Labor and U.S. Department of Energy, hosted Federal Tech Day 2023 to showcase innovative technologies developed by federal agencies to help deliver their programs’ missions.

  • fraud-detection
  • cybersecurity
  • Artificial-Intelligence

  • Fraud Detection & Prevention Symposium: Increasing Collaboration and Driving Action

    By: CIO Council | 29 Mar 2023

    In February 2023, the Federal Chief Information Officers (CIO) Council hosted a “Fraud Detection & Prevention Symposium.” The day-long event featured over 20 executives, technologists, and changemakers from 10+ agencies, academia, and the private sector participating in the one-day event to discuss fraud issues as mentioned below that are impacting...

  • fraud-detection
  • collaboration


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