The Navy is launching its first Navy-wide Sustainment Data Challenge, and is seeking Navy workforce volunteers to form a challenge team that will develop solutions impacting the future of Navy readiness. The application period is open through Jan. 8, 2019. If interested in participating, organize and apply as a team by Jan. 8, 2019. Teams will attend a virtual kickoff event to gather context, rules, starting data sets and access to subject matter experts. Teams will submit checkpoint progress briefs as scheduled, and one of the checkpoints may be used to down-select amongst the teams. Finalist teams will present proposed solutions and demonstrate a data model at the May summit. For more information, e-mail NAVAIR_IBC.email@example.com.
Navy Seeks Volunteers for Data Challenge
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