Technology

Carahsoft Adds Exiger Risk Mgmt Platform to Public Sector Offerings

Carahsoft

Exiger has partnered with Carahsoft Technology to offer supply chain risk management software to government agencies through the later's position on federal and state procurement vehicles. Agencies can now procure Exiger's DDIQ platform through NASA's Solutions for Enterprise-Wide Procurement V vehicle and the National Association of State Procurement Officials' ValuePoint cooperative purchasing contract, Carahsoft said Thursday.

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Northrop Concludes Critical Design Review for USAF Airborne Navigation Tech

Northrop Grumman

An airborne navigation system Northrop Grumman is developing for the U.S. Air Force completed a key hardware and software design assessment phase. The Embedded Global Positioning System/Inertial Navigation System-Modernization system, which features M-code GPS receivers and an open architecture built to accelerate threat response, passed the critical design review.

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Daniel Young: QuoLab Seeks to Grow Federal Market Footprint Through C5 Capital Partnership

Daniel Young CEO and Partner QuoLab Technologies

QuoLab Technologies has partnered with C5 Capital's Washington, D.C.-based accelerator unit in a push to identify and pursue opportunities within the government security technology sector. The partnership offers QuoLab the opportunity to work with C5 Accelerate advisers and partners to bring the former's security operations platform to the federal market, QuoLab said Wednesday.

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Rocket Lab Gets FAA Clearance to Launch Gov’t Smallsat Missions

Rocket Lab

The Federal Aviation Administration has given Rocket Lab permission to launch small satellites for government customers from a company-operated facility at the Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport on Wallops Island, Virginia. Rocket Lab said Tuesday it can use the Electron rocket to perform multiple smallsat missions  from  Launch Complex 2 with the FAA-issued operator license with five-year validity.

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C3.ai Enters Agreement With USAF to Provide AI Solutions; Nathan Parker, Ed Abbo Quoted

Ed Abbo President and CEO C3.ai

C3.ai has made an agreement with the U.S. Air Force (USAF) Rapid Sustainment Office (RSO) to deliver and deploy the C3 AI Suite and C3.ai Readiness to support predictive analytics and maintenance across the Air Force enterprise. C3.ai will integrate its C3 AI Suite and extend C3.ai Readiness to deploy an AI-based predictive maintenance application for the USAF to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of maintenance processes. 

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Red Hat’s Sam Richman on Need to Address Data Challenge in Joint All-Domain C2 Implementation

Sam Richman Senior Solution Architect Red Hat

Sam Richman, a senior solution architect for the U.S. Air Force at Red Hat, wrote in a commentary published Tuesday on Defense Systems that a Joint All-Domain Command and Control infrastructure should be implemented in a way that addresses the challenge of collecting and integrating disparate data and delivering the right information to warfighters to help them make decisions.

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