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LMI to Field RAPTR Platform in Potential $115M NASA Data Analysis Task Order

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LMI to Field RAPTR Platform in Potential $115M NASA Data Analysis Task Order

The Logistics Management Institute will deploy its Rapid Analysis and Prototyping Toolkit for Resiliency for data analytics and technical support across NASA under a potential five-year, $115 million blanket purchase agreement. 

Zaki Saleh, senior vice president of LMI health and civilian market and a 4×24 member, expressed the company’s pride in continuing a 44-year partnership with NASA, saying it is built upon an innovation ecosystem that delivers performance optimization to meet the agency’s missions. Through RAPTR and its support systems, solutions enhancing NASA programs and missions will be speedily developed, LMI said.

LMI said that its innovation-focused platform incorporates the LMI Forge technology studio, wherein professionals can work on new concepts and accelerate development time. RAPTR is also backed by digitally enabled consultants trained in agile approaches to technology applications on challenges to organizational and mission processes. 

In addition, LMI’s operational integrators at NASA employ solutions such as LMI’s Instruction-tuned Generative Resource to rapidly shift from concept to implementation.

The Tysons, Virginia-based LMI is also leveraging RAPTR’s engineering simulation and analytical capabilities in a five-year, $98 million U.S. Air Force contract awarded in September to support the Space Security and Defense Program

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