The Chief Scientist for the Pentagon’s new innovation cell, DIUX, and leaders from the U.S. Small Business Administration spoke Tuesday at the Small Business Innovation Breakfast in Cambridge, Mass., about new opportunities for startups and small businesses to find government funding.
The Pentagon’s new innovation cell announced Wednesday it has spent $71 million on startups and established commercial technology companies in emerging technology fields such as cybersecurity, robotics and drone detection.
The Defense Intelligence Agency is getting ready to spend big on artificial intelligence and machine learning companies with the opening of a wide ranging funding opportunity.
The Defense Innovation Unit Experimental (DIUX) launched a new tool last year to connect small businesses with opportunities to offer the military solutions to challenges. We’re going to post those challenges here to keep the TandemNSI community alerted to these opportunities because they rotate fast.
The Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity (IARPA) wants to fund companies to develop a set of tools to help the government find plants and animals genetically edited to become weapons.
Program officials from DARPA, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and The Mitre Corporation spoke at the Defense Cybersecurity Innovation Summit on July 19 at WeWork in Tysons about ways to fund cybersecurity startups and entrepreneurs.
U.S. Special Operations Command’s innovation cell, SOFWERX, is hosting a drone challenge called AirSpew featuring a $10,000 top prize.
The Trump administration’s budget proposal offers significant increases nearly across the board for defense innovations programs including DARPA, DIUx and the Strategic Capabilities Office.