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Several companies have been using an Oak Ridge National Laboratory-developed modeling platform as part of their efforts to make facilities more energy efficient. The AutoBEM software suite has so far simulated energy use for 98 percent of U.S. buildings since its release last year, and has led to collaborative data sharing with private sector organizations […] More
The Internal Revenue Service is conducting market research into cloud-based platforms that could help the agency’s acquisition personnel automate and standardize its approach to evaluating vendors in accordance with Federal Acquisition Regulations.  In a Sept. 15 sources sought notice, the IRS said it is exploring the availability of an automated solicitation evaluation tool that holds […] More
Spire Global has secured a contract extension from NASA and supported an agency technology demonstration effort to acquire soil moisture data from space for use in agricultural production forecasting and flood prediction. The company said Tuesday it specifically collected ultra high frequency and P-band data needed to inform the SigNals Opportunity: P-band Investigation mission. A Purdue University […] More
Northrop Grumman has validated the design and manufacturing process for the future U.S. intercontinental ballistic missile following the completion of the first inert stage-one and stage-two solid rocket motor casting. The company said Wednesday the completed set for the LGM-35A Sentinel program will undergo modal testing along with an Aerojet Rocketdyne-built stage-three solid rocket motor […] More
BAE Systems has completed the design, testing and delivery of key components of the inaugural EC-37B Compass Call electronic warfare system of the U.S. Air Force. Following the final hardware delivery, the aircraft is now ready for Baseline 3 configuration testing to check its additional warfare capabilities. The testing is scheduled to commence by January […] More
Blackbird.AI has tapped Douglas Lute, a 35-year U.S. Army veteran and former U.S. deputy national security adviser, to join its advisory board. The company said Wednesday Lute will work with other government and industry officials to provide Blackbird.AI with advice and support as it offers narrative analytics and risk intelligence products and services to customers. […] More
The cloud-based Actus platform can offer agencies transparency in the process of managing procurement card transactions, according to Paperless Innovations. “We believe that data officers and analysts should get the same quality and the same transparency out of P-Card systems as they do from contract awards, and Actus does this,” Paperless Innovations President Mike Tocci […] More
Rocket Lab USA will utilize NASA’s Stennis Space Center in Mississippi as its new engine testing facility for its reusable rocket in development, Neutron.  The company secured a 10-year lease for its Archimedes test complex to be established within the space agency center, with an extension option of another 10 years, the launch and space […] More
The federal arm of security software company Seerist has added a trio of respected intelligence professionals to its board of directors. Contributing insights in defense, risk assessment, threat analysis and more, Robert Cardillo, Karen Schaefer and Ray Palumbo have joined Seerist Federal’s board, effective immediately, the Herndon, Virginia-based company said Wednesday. Jim Brooks, CEO of Seerist, described the three executives […] More
Maxar Technologies has received a license from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration to provide non-Earth imagery service to monitor the space environment for orbital debris and other satellites and commercially offer that data, SpaceNews reported Wednesday. Dan Jablonsky, president and CEO of Maxar and a 2022 Wash100 awardee, said the company plans to use […] More
HawkEye 360 has expanded its space-based radio frequency signal mapping product portfolio with the addition of two new radar and communication signals for geospatial intelligence. The company said Wednesday the RFGeo mapping platform’s UHF Flex and VHF Flex radar signals were made available to give users the flexibility to detect RF activities without specifying a […] More
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