Future Trends

Army RFI Seeks Market Inputs for Project Linchpin Implementation

Market research

Army RFI Seeks Market Inputs for Project Linchpin Implementation

The U.S. Army is seeking industry inputs on methods for the implementation and automation of an Artificial Intelligence Bill of Materials for Project Linchpin, according to a request for information posted on SAM .gov from the service’s Program Executive Office Intelligence, Electronic Warfare and Sensor. 

Project Linchpin is the service’s first initiative to help build out a trusted pipeline of artificial intelligence and machine learning

Through the project, the PEO IEW&S aims to deploy AI and ML capabilities in intelligence, cyber, and electronic warfare sensor systems, while also managing the platforms’ cost, schedule, risk and performance, according to a notice posted on SAM .gov. 

Interested parties have until Dec. 1 to respond to the Army’s RFI, which seeks voluntary responses that will not affect any contractor’s ability on a proposal submission should such a request be released. 

In September, the Army awarded Booz Allen Hamilton and Red Hat a potential five-year, $2 million contract to support Project Linchpin. Under the contract, the companies will support research on the project’s “Traceability, Observability, Replaceability and Consumability” framework.

Sign Up Now! Potomac Officers Club provides you with Daily Updates and News Briefings about Future Trends

Category: Future Trends

Tags: AI/ML artificial intelligence Future Trends machine learning Program Executive Office Intelligence Electronic Warfare and Sensors Project Linchpin US Army US Defense