The company behind the aiWARE OS for artificial intelligence has received a two-year Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract for its aiWARE Government platform from the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ).
Veritone‘s aiWARE Government services may be ordered under the contract by the DOJ and the 94 United States Attorneys Offices (USAOs) throughout the country.
The total estimated order value is $210,000.
The contract includes AI-enabled audio and video transcription and translation services powered by aiWARE. The DOJ identified aiWARE Government as the sole source available to meet the DOJ’s requirements for these AI-enabled services. The services can be accessed directly through the DOJ’s eDiscovery platform to expedite evidence discovery, greatly reducing human labor and associated costs. Case teams can leverage aiWARE to support the search, discovery and analysis of large amounts of information, regardless of data type or language.
Sponsored initially by the DOJ, aiWARE Government received FedRAMP authorization in March 2019 and is available in the FedRAMP Marketplace for federal agencies to use. The updated aiWARE Government platform recently underwent another stringent assessment of data security, data governance capabilities and practices and achieved recertification status on May 4.
“We appreciate being selected as the provider of AI-based transcription and translation services for the DOJ to assist their agencies with audio and video based discovery, securely and at scale,” said Jon Gacek, Head of Government, Legal and Compliance at Veritone. “In our pursuit to help transform government operations through AI-enabled solutions that provide actionable intelligence and tools that save cost, resources and time, this contract represents a major milestone and opportunity for Veritone.”