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Pentagon Invites Tech Developers to Develop Data Transformation Capabilities

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Pentagon Invites Tech Developers to Develop Data Transformation Capabilities

The Office of the Secretary of Defense is planning to convene technology developers to come up with ways to generate useful insights from data.

A special notice posted on SAM .gov indicates that the Innovation Outreach Solutions Meeting will take place on April 15 and 16 in McLean, Virginia, DefenseScoop reported Monday.

OSD’s innovation and modernization office will host the event alongside the Joint Staff’s intelligence directorate, J2, and the U.S. Army’s intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance task force.

Participating developers are expected to deliver technical presentations and meet with Pentagon officials to discuss potential data transformation solutions.

In the notice’s needs statement, OSD wrote that the Pentagon seeks tools to ensure that data is accessible, understandable and trustworthy. The office specified that it wants solutions for exchanging data and signals at ranges exceeding current capabilities, connecting systems with data sources “from the stratosphere to the seafloor,” and multipath networks for environments with degraded connectivity.

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