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Space Systems Command’s Resilient GPS Project Fast-Tracked in ‘Quick Start’ Initiative

2024-06-11T10:34:12-07:00

Photo Credit: John Ayre, DVIDs. The appearance of U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) visual information does not imply or constitute DoD endorsement.

On April 16, 2024, the U.S. Air Force announced two programs to be accelerated under a new authority in the Fiscal Year 2024 National Defense Authorization ►

Space Systems Command’s Resilient GPS Project Fast-Tracked in ‘Quick Start’ Initiative2024-06-11T10:34:12-07:00

NSWC Crane Enhancing Hybrid Electric Platform Agility through LEEAP Project

2024-05-06T06:43:45-07:00

May 06, 2024 – Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC), Crane Division has awarded the Light Expeditionary Energy Agile Platform (LEEAP) – Hybrid Electric project to Tessa Two, Inc. Tessa Two is a small, non-traditional organization based in Indianapolis, Indiana. The LEEAP project was awarded through the Strategic & Spectrum Missions ►

NSWC Crane Enhancing Hybrid Electric Platform Agility through LEEAP Project2024-05-06T06:43:45-07:00

First S²MARTS Research Project Award Set to Bring BNNT Capabilities to Light

2024-05-02T06:04:48-07:00

May 5, 2024 – S2MARTS Research, under the Department of the Navy (DoN), has announced the award of its inaugural project, Characterization and Improvement of Boron Nitride Nanotubes (BNNTs) and Their Composites. The awardee is Purdue University.

“This first use of Strategic and Spectrum Missions Advanced Resilient Trusted Systems (S²MARTS) ►

First S²MARTS Research Project Award Set to Bring BNNT Capabilities to Light2024-05-02T06:04:48-07:00

Microelectronics Commons Awardees Announced by DoD at Pentagon Marking First Major Award Under CHIPS and Science Act

2023-09-29T11:39:14-07:00

Sept 29, 2023 – The Department of Defense (DoD) has made its official announcement of award for the Microelectronics Commons, signifying the first major award under the CHIPS and Science Act.

The awardees are:

  • The Northeast Microelectronics Coalition Hub led by the ►
Microelectronics Commons Awardees Announced by DoD at Pentagon Marking First Major Award Under CHIPS and Science Act2023-09-29T11:39:14-07:00

S2MARTS Research OTA Releases Inaugural Project Aimed at Advancing Materials Research 

2023-09-07T06:10:19-07:00

Aug 16, 2023 – The Department of the Navy (DoN) has embarked on a groundbreaking research endeavor under the S2MARTS Research OTA (Other Transaction Authority), with the announcement of the OTs inaugural project: Characterization and Improvement of Boron Nitride Nanotubes and Their Composites.

S2MARTS Research OTA Releases Inaugural Project Aimed at Advancing Materials Research 2023-09-07T06:10:19-07:00

Success Story: Intel Federal, Qorvo, Ayar Labs, and Lockheed Martin ATL Win KANAGAWA Prototype Project

2023-09-07T06:11:36-07:00

The Strategic and Spectrum Missions Advanced Resilient Trusted Systems (S²MARTS) OTA announced Ayar Labs, Intel, Lockheed Martin ATL, and Qorvo are the prime awardees of the Co-Packaged Analog-Drive High-Bandwidth Optical Input/Output (KANAGAWA) prototype project. This significant achievement was made possible through the utilization of the Other Transaction Authority (OTA).

Success Story: Intel Federal, Qorvo, Ayar Labs, and Lockheed Martin ATL Win KANAGAWA Prototype Project2023-09-07T06:11:36-07:00

Exploring Aerospace Defense: What You Need to Know

2023-03-31T11:21:45-07:00

The Aerospace industry as it relates to the Department of Defense is a field involving designing, manufacturing, and operating vehicles that travel in aerospace, which includes missiles, spacecraft, rockets, and satellites.

Exploring Aerospace Defense: What You Need to Know2023-03-31T11:21:45-07:00

Innovation in All Forms: The Roles of Traditional & Non-Traditional Contractors

2023-12-04T12:34:24-08:00

As the Department of Defense (DoD) continues to rely on contractors to support its mission, it's important to understand the difference between traditional and non-traditional contractors and how they both influence the way innovation makes its way towards production.

Innovation in All Forms: The Roles of Traditional & Non-Traditional Contractors2023-12-04T12:34:24-08:00

GDIT Awarded $18 Million to Update Space Systems Command’s Digital Backbone

2023-03-10T11:08:51-08:00

Space Enterprise Consortium (SpEC), managed by National Security Technology Accelerator has awarded $18 million to General Dynamics Information Technology (GDIT) for the Enigma prototype project. The Enigma project will support Space Systems Command (SSC) in building the USSF’s digital backbone in support of the acquisition mission.

GDIT Awarded $18 Million to Update Space Systems Command’s Digital Backbone2023-03-10T11:08:51-08:00
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