Freelancer Limited announced that it had won task orders with two US Government Departments under the NOIS2 joint tender: the US Department of Commerce and the NASA Space Technology Mission Directorate. The first task order for the U.S. Department of Commerce (DOC) is worth USD 728,000 (likely to extend to USD 824,000) and is looking to facilitate secure international data transfers and compliance with data privacy requirements across different jurisdictions through a software solution that will encourage the global adoption of data privacy certifications based on the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Cross Border Privacy Rules (CBPR) and Privacy Recognition for Processors (PRP) systems. Freelancer has taken a partnership approach to bidding under the NOIS2 program which is showing success. The first task order is in partnership with Input Logic, a product studio specializing in designing and developing user-friendly software. The second task order for the NASA Space Technology Mission Directorate (STMD) - Game Changing Development (GCD) Program is worth $100,000 and is to develop a digital risk assistant that incorporates artificial intelligence & machine learning to help program management with efficient, predictive, and informed decision making. The end goal is a software tool that will allow identification of potential risks in new projects by comparing information from their project documentation to historical data and information from previous projects such as project plans, status reports, test reports, formal review charts, and closeout reports. Freelancer won this task order in partnership with LMI, a US government-focused consultancy with nearly 60 years of experience in delivering computational science solutions. Two of the principals from LMI previously worked at Deloitte Consulting USA on MyGigs with Freelancer.