ODNI Seeks Info on Tech Capabilities Under Intelligence Science & Technology Partnership Program

Jeff Brody

The Office of the Director of National Intelligence has posted a request for information to seek concepts and technologies that will help ODNI support strategic initiatives within the intelligence community.

A FedBizOpps notice posted Tuesday says ODNI is looking for capabilities in various areas including artificial intelligence, behavioral science, forensics, computing, energy, space and sensors in support of strategic programs such as acquisition agility; use of machines to augment intelligence; data management; comprehensive cyber posture; and agile workforce.

The office intends to use the RFI to support the Intelligence Science and Technology Partnership program, which aims to encourage IC and its partners to allow synergy in intelligence-related research initiatives.

ODNI will conduct one-on-one meetings under the In-STeP program to accommodate presentations for the submitted concepts.

Interested stakeholders have until July 26 to respond to the RFI, according to the notice.

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