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  • DoD Taps Parabon NanoLabs for Forensic DNA Analysis Software Devt Contract - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    DoD Taps Parabon NanoLabs for Forensic DNA Analysis Software Devt Contract

    Parabon NanoLabs will develop a DNA analysis platform under a two-year contract with the Defense Department in an effort to help DoD analyze forensic data through open architecture. The company said Wednesday it will build the Keystone platform software plugins that combine analytical tools and methods to examine bioinformatic evidence from forensic science instruments, Parabon said Wednesday. Keystone […] More

  • DARPA to Hold Proposers Day for Military Tech Systems Ideas; Brad Tousley Comments - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    DARPA to Hold Proposers Day for Military Tech Systems Ideas; Brad Tousley Comments

    The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency‘s Tactical Technology Office will hold a proposers day on April 20 and 21 to discuss ways to develop new military technology systems and seek potential contributors. DARPA said Wednesday it is searching for ideas in agile development, autonomous or cooperative unmanned systems, weapons, power and propulsion proposals for ground, maritime, air and space systems to assist in military […] More

  • DARPA, University of Delaware Partner for Small Composite Parts Manufacturing R&D - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    DARPA, University of Delaware Partner for Small Composite Parts Manufacturing R&D

    The University of Delaware has landed a $15 million cooperative agreement with the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency to help explore methods to produce small composite parts for military equipment. DARPA and the university will work to develop reconfigurable forming and molding processes for the fabrication of composite structures under the Tailorable Feedback and Forming program, the Defense Department said Friday. The agency received six proposals […] More

  • Report: Military Tech Support Market Could Reach $21B in 8 Years - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    Report: Military Tech Support Market Could Reach $21B in 8 Years

    Frost & Sullivan predicts that worldwide revenues of the military systems support-in-service industry will grow from $16.36 billion in 2013 to $21.10 billion by 2022. The market research and analysis firm said Wednesday that defense budget constraints worldwide is driving use of performance-based contracts for support work for maritime, ground and aerial military platforms. Arun […] More

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