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.
Govini’s Standard Market Taxonomies take a unique approach to breaking apart markets and players, providing insights by visualizing complex industry and agency relationships. Included in this bundle are three of the most recent top taxonomy driven market analyses.
Northrop Grumman’s acquisition of Orbital ATK is one of many strategic investments being made by industry that will reshape the competitive landscape of the defense industrial base. Orbital ATK offers access to platforms including Guided Missiles and Space Vehicles. In addition, Munitions offer a source of steady cash flow.
IoT has remarkable potential to save lives in Warfighting, Disaster Relief and First Response events. Markets critical to Life Saving IoT such as Cloud, Cyber, Data Analytics Software and Sensors are growing. The opportunity, however, does not come without challenges; chief among them are security and interoperability.
Govini’s DoD Cloud Taxonomy, a roadmap for tracking key market drivers, as the Department evaluates Cloud investments based on security standards, total cost of ownership, functionality, execution risk and implementation timelines.
The Federal Cybersecurity Market is reaching historic spending highs as Agencies work to keep up with Cyber threats. This analytic report presents Govini’s annual iteration of its Cybersecurity Taxonomy, a roadmap for tracking key market drivers as the Federal Government’s Cyber posture evolves.