One year ago, President Biden signed the CHIPS and Science Act, which invested $280 billion towards the manufacturing, research, and development of microelectronic and home-based semiconductor technologies.
In an ever-evolving landscape of government contracting, Other Transaction Authorities (OTAs) have gained significant attention as a flexible and efficient procurement tool. The Department of Defense (DoD) has embraced OTAs to accelerate acquisition processes, foster innovation, and engage non-traditional defense contractors.
In government contracting, there are two commonly ►
General Electric has been awarded the Classified Test Material for Hypersonics (CTMH) opportunity in the amount of $7.9 million to provide the Department of the Navy (DoN) a prototype that fabricates three articles (two unclassified and one classified) using Chemical Vapor Infiltration (CVI) Carbon/Silicon Carbide (C/SiC) densification of carbon fiber ►
The United States is in a hypersonic race against two of the world’s most advanced militaries, Russia and China. With the potential that Hypersonic technology holds, we must consider the impact of it in the hands of other nations.