Events

SpEC Impact Within Satellite Community Evident at SmallSat 2022

Space Enterprise Consortium’s (SpEC) presence within the small satellite community was apparent during the 2022 SmallSat conference in Logan, Utah. With prominent SpEC member signs in view, about 30% of this year’s SmallSat exhibitors are members of SpEC, a rapid contracting method that allows the government to quickly address emerging technology needs.

SpEC Impact Within Satellite Community Evident at SmallSat 20222022-09-13T09:38:08-07:00

Ecosystem Collaboration Driving Other Transactions (OT) Innovation

In a hybrid session last month, co-hosted by the NavalX Midwest Tech Bridge and NSTXL, panelists discussed how to leverage Other Transaction Authorities (OTA), specifically Strategic & Spectrum Missions Advanced Resilient Trusted Systems (S2MARTS), to deliver innovative solutions to the Warfighter, how to utilize the innovation ecosystem to address program needs and how to foster a collaborative partnership with ecosystem enablers such as NSTXL and NavalX.

Ecosystem Collaboration Driving Other Transactions (OT) Innovation2022-09-13T10:19:22-07:00

Space Enterprise Consortium (SpEC) Unveils New Logo

The National Security Technology Accelerator (NSTXL) and the Space Enterprise Consortium (SpEC) unveiled the new SpEC logo at the 36th Space Symposium. SpEC serves as the Space Systems Command’s prototyping and rapid acquisition tool for fueling DoD space advancement and pushing the boundaries of prototype development.

Space Enterprise Consortium (SpEC) Unveils New Logo2022-08-09T11:17:58-07:00

Identifying and Resolving Your CMMC Gaps

The conversation around cybersecurity has become increasingly important for the DoD as they face an ever-growing need for proactivity in security regulations with industry partners. CMMC was designed to provide increased insurance to the DoD for controlled unclassified information.

Identifying and Resolving Your CMMC Gaps2022-08-09T11:21:09-07:00

PEO STRI’s Top Emerging Technology Focus Areas & How Small Business Can Join the Mission

As the United States works to rapidly modernize and embrace new, emerging technologies, the Department of Defense continues to seek out companies to partner with when developing mission-critical prototypes.   To help define what technology areas to prioritize, the Program Executive Office for Simulation, Training, and Instrumentation (PEO STRI) recently outlined the top 10 technology areas they are focusing on.

PEO STRI’s Top Emerging Technology Focus Areas & How Small Business Can Join the Mission2022-08-09T12:00:58-07:00

Quality and Risk in Microelectronics: Why Industry and Government Collaboration Is More Important Than Ever

Applying the latest and most comprehensive microelectronics technology to secure defense applications is critical for the continued and future success of our military. To advance the functionality of microelectronic technology within the U.S. military commercial and defense, partnerships have never been more important.

Quality and Risk in Microelectronics: Why Industry and Government Collaboration Is More Important Than Ever2022-08-29T17:04:45-07:00

Meet our Strategic Events Manager, Erin Kupcak

At NSTXL, our goal is to create a platform where innovators have direct access to the resources, connections, and training they need to build the next great solution. A large part of that initiative is providing a steady stream of events for the NSTXL Alliance, which is why we're excited for you to get to know our strategic events manager, Erin Kupcak.

Meet our Strategic Events Manager, Erin Kupcak2022-08-09T12:07:25-07:00
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