A case study of the General Services Administration's Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions contract conducted by the American Council for Technology - Industry Advisory Council shows that federal agencies have awarded 37 task orders worth over $7.4B combined under EIS in just over a year.Read More »
U.S. Air Force innovation program AFWERX is slated to hold a competition that will seek to develop integrated space operations and maintain space resiliency and security.Read More »
The Air Force Association has unveiled the finalists for a competition that seeks to augment the students' cybersecurity capabilities.Read More »
The Department of Homeland Security's science and technology directorate has named the finalists for a competition that focuses on the development of concepts for a compact escape respirator for first responders.Read More »
Tom Eldridge, a senior vice president at Science Applications International Corp., has said government services contractors should have a strategy in order to facilitate operations amid government shutdowns, increasing competition and policy changes. Eldridge wrote in an article published Thursday on LinkedIn that having a sense of direction is one of the three reasons why companies need to have a strategy.
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has selected nine teams to take part in a competition that aims to innovate on the navigation of man-made tunnels, urban underground locations and natural caves. The two-track Subterranean Integration Exercise challenges teams from universities and companies to apply robotics, sensor and communications technologies as they remotely navigate through the Edgar Experimental Mine in Idaho Springs, Colo., this April, DARPA said Tuesday.Read More »
The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency is accepting proposals for a new program aimed at developing a system that can visualize agricultural field outlines from satellite sources. The Agricultural Delineation contest tasks industry to contribute ideas for a remote sensing platform that utilizes satellite imagery to outline large homogenous and heterogeneous fields …Read More »
Tory Bruno, president and CEO of United Launch Alliance, told SpaceNews in an interview published Wednesday that he thinks the competition in the market for military space launches “is good for the country.“ “We're seeing a broadening of the lift industrial base,“ he said. ULA is one of the three companies …Read More »