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DoD must examine complex portfolios across capabilities, components, and funding accounts. Govini provides an accurate baseline of resource allocation that allows users to track trends in DoD spending, identify gaps between strategic priorities and actual investment, identify areas ripe for efficiencies, and facilitate targeted funding.
With Govini, defense analysts can track technology advancements in government and commercial markets, uncover disruptive market entrants, and identify game-changing research efforts in complex emerging technology areas in the United States as well as abroad.
As DoD works to shore up vulnerabilities across the industrial base, it must have a deep understanding of complex supply chains and commercial markets. Govini combines advanced data science with domain expertise to track vendor participation in DoD and commercial markets, map relationships, and identify suppliers at risk.
Govini data provides visibility into the national security industrial base and innovation base. Decision-makers and analysts can rapidly assess the impact of commercial company activities, such as mergers and acquisitions, on DoD operations and mobilization, track OEMs, and map critical technologies across agencies and vendors.
Improving efficiency in procurement and ensuring efficacy of those investments to achieving the mission are central tenets of improving DoD business operations. Govini’s granular dataset enables users to define and measure ROI in powerful new ways, including the advancement of S&T activities to prototyping and program of record.
As a big data and analytics company, we believe the smart application of data has the power to transform enterprises. The National Defense Strategy calls on DoD to undertake this transformation. Govini is partnering with DoD and other national security departments and agencies to provide unprecedented transparency into government activity and the complex markets in which these organizations operate. This allows our clients to focus on innovation and modernization, balance mission portfolios to reflect priorities, and achieve better operational and business outcomes.
Govini’s Dataset and web-based Platform provide the technology needed to eliminate data silos, generate insights, and achieve National Defense Strategy goals. Speed – Real-time processing and machine-driven analysis to eliminate decision latency.
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Govini programmatically and algorithmically creates functional views that cut across DoD stovepipes by leveraging advances in machine learning and artificial intelligence. These cross-cutting views are impossible for defense analysts, operators, and decision-makers to see without a data-first approach. Govini offers DoD timely, accurate, high-fidelity data that enables NDS implementation and mission objectives at enterprise scale.
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This Govini report examines a key contracting vehicle available to DoD to acquire leading technologies and find military applications for them: Other Transaction Authorities, or OTAs.
National security missions are dependent on the US Department of Defense’s ability to manage and monitor its complex supply chain. As the need for new capabilities increase, DOD is embracing transformational Fourth Industrial Revolution technologies including Informatics, Configurable Systems, Cognitive Engineering, and Supply Chain Monitoring.
The Space Platforms and Hypersonic Technologies markets are in transition as stakeholders vie to accomplish a wide array of missions. The Federal government helped shape these markets by leveraging contracts for specific missions and capabilities as well as issuing grants to augment and advance technological capabilities.
The bid for CSRA is about more than the acquisition of a $6.7 billion company: it’s about taking firm control of the entire Federal Technology Services market. Interested parties continue to compete, as demonstrated by the recent announcement that CACI is attempting to disrupt General Dynamics’ bid.
General Dynamics’ $9.6 billion acquisition of CSRA is a bid to more than double its Federal Technology Services footprint, immediately diversify the company’s agency customer base, strengthen its position with core DOD agencies and add a significant presence across a broad portfolio of Civilian agencies.
American security is dependent on advantages being developed from Fourth Industrial Revolution technologies. Great power competitors are quickly capitalizing on this revolution. To maintain an advantage, National Security Innovation Base leadership requires decision-grade information to align strategy, people, and resources.
Alliant 2 holds great promise for leading-edge IT technologies, including Cloud, Cyber, Big Data, the Internet of Things, and Artificial Intelligence, that will reshape the mission of Federal agencies. This analytic report leverages data science to present a post-award playbook for Alliant 2.
DoD is investing in a wide array of technologies to enhance its military edge over large state competitors such as China and Russia. Of these, none are more important than Artificial Intelligence, which is a technological cornerstone of the Department’s Third Offset Strategy.
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