Join Tandem Innovation Alliance on Thursday, October 5th at BytedCubed in Crystal City for a lunch forum devoted to understanding the impact of blockchain technologies and the future it holds for the government and startups. We are excited to serve as a community host for Washington DC TechWeek! Our forum will focus on the areas where the …
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The White House issued a report on Wednesday outlining how it plans to overhaul the government’s outdated IT infrastructure and asked commercial IT firms to issue feedback by Sept. 20.
Automation is taking over multiple emerging technology fields to include self-driving cars, drone swarms, robotics and data analytics. DARPA’s leadership wants to make sure military leaders can trust these autonomous systems as they advance.
Establishing a compliant accounting system early on has an enormous influence in determining a small business’s success when working with the government.
The Pentagon’s innovation cell took another step forward following a public show of support from Defense Secretary Jim Mattis and a significant vote of confidence from the U.S. Air Force.
U.S. Special Operations Command is offering cash prizes for a miniature satellite, or CubeSat, competition it is hosting with NASA starting next week.
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.