Oracle | November 13, 2020
Oracle Aconex for Defense has gotten Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) Moderate approval. Presently, U.S. Branch of Defense (DoD) offices and their conveyance accomplices can utilize the answer for smooth out development venture the executives.
Oracle Aconex for Defense is a high consistence security-endorsed example of Oracle Aconex, a protected cloud-based stage that improves venture coordinated effort by associating groups and data in a typical information climate (CDE). Oracle Aconex for Defense gives profoundly secure data the board, detailing, and work process mechanization to drive effectiveness, perceivability, and control across venture measures.
FedRAMP gives a standard way to deal with security evaluation, approval, and constant checking for cloud items and administrations (CSPs) utilized by the U.S. National government and its accomplices. The U.S. Armed force Corps of Engineers (USACE) as of late gave the proper approval to utilization of Oracle Aconex for Defense. The arrangement is the main development venture data the board and cooperation programming to arrive at this accomplishment.
The USACE's FedRAMP Moderate Authorization of Oracle Aconex for Defense signals our:
Continued investment and commitment to providing purpose-built commercial off-the-shelf industry applications for federal defense agencies; and
Support of the DoD's ongoing commitment to IT modernization in the cloud, data security, data management, and knowledge management, among other initiatives.
"Our first FedRAMP authorization is a significant milestone for Oracle Construction and Engineering, as we are dedicated to providing cloud solutions to support the U.S. federal government's overarching goal of modernizing its technology infrastructure," said Mark Webster, senior vice president and general manager, Oracle Construction and Engineering. "We look forward to supporting the USACE and their customers, partners and sister agencies as they work together to deliver vital projects."
About Oracle Construction and Engineering
Asset owners and project leaders rely on Oracle Construction and Engineering solutions for the visibility and control, connected supply chain, and data security needed to drive performance and mitigate risk across their processes, projects, and organization. Our scalable cloud construction management software solutions enable digital transformation for teams that plan, build, and operate critical assets, improving efficiency, collaboration, and change control across the project lifecycle.
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Brillient | November 25, 2020
Brillient, a main US Federal Government Digital Transformation organization, declared they have been effectively evaluated at Capability Maturity Model® Integration (CMMI®), Version 2.0, Maturity Level 3 for both Software Development and Services.
CMMI is a coordinated arrangement of best practices that empowers Brillient to improve the exhibition of its key business measures. At its heart, CMMI gives a guide to building, improving, and sustaining capacity. It is a guide for progressing from performing impromptu exercises to grasping restrained, reliable cycles focused on achieving targets identified with organization execution, quality, cost timetable, and usefulness. This, thusly, features Brillient's proceeding with responsibility to giving government customers uncommon quality and a sensible cost.
"Adding CMMI for Services and reaffirming our software development best practices under the new version two model, demonstrates our continuing commitment to delivering the highest quality to our clients. With CMMI, along with our ISO-9001, 20000, and 27001 certifications, we deliver best-in-class solutions and services," said Paul Strasser, Brillient's Chief Executive Officer.
Brillient is an award-winning Solutions Engineering company focused on Digital Transformation, Intelligent Automation, and Business Process Management, which aids government clients to achieve improved efficiencies and lower costs in their digital government and IT modernization initiatives.
SparkCognition | February 16, 2022
SparkCognition Government Systems (SGS), the first artificial intelligence (AI) company devoted entirely to government and national defense, announced its participation at International Maritime Exercise (IMX) 2022/Cutlass Express. IMX/CE 2022 is not only the largest multinational naval exercise in the Middle East, but also the largest unmanned maritime exercise in the world with more than 80 unmanned systems from 10 nations participating. SGS joins more than 9,000 personnel, 60 partner nations and international organizations, and more than 50 ships to show the power of aggregating sensor data, imagery, and acoustics into AI models that spot abnormalities and prescribe solutions in real time.
A combined task force called Task Force X was established to allow participating forces to test unmanned systems and artificial intelligence in different training scenarios, and ultimately apply the lessons learned to future real-world operations.
SGS leverages proven commercial technologies and customizes them to meet government customers' needs, ultimately empowering mission readiness, enhanced decision making, and efficient operations. These solutions have an open architecture, are hardware-agnostic, and can be easily integrated with SGS's allies and partners. Through its participation in IMX/CE 2022, SGS is demonstrating how intelligent software transforms physical systems' capabilities by applying SGS's world-class solutions, built with AI, machine learning, and natural language processing technologies, to maritime missions. These enhanced missions lead to increased efficiency, reduced costs and asset failures, and increased warfighter and civilian safety–especially in the case of life-saving missions.
"At SGS, we are focused on helping operators and analysts leverage data from a wide variety of sensors and sources across multiple domains to help improve the speed and quality of decisions on the battlefield. The hardware-agnostic technologies we built are transforming the way government and military leaders around the world are thinking about security and mission readiness–and as a key participant of the IMX exercise, we're pleased to help build the future of national security."
Logan Jones, President and General Manager of SGS
About SparkCognition Government Systems
SparkCognition Government Systems (SGS), a wholly-owned subsidiary of SparkCognition, is the first artificial intelligence (AI) company devoted entirely to government and national defense. By developing and operationalizing next-generation AI-powered systems, SGS enables government organizations to meet the needs of their most pressing national security missions. SGS advances government operations by analyzing complex data to inform and accelerate intelligent decisions, applying predictive and prescriptive analytics to improve logistics, deploying autonomy technology for power projection systems, using AI and machine learning for large-scale processing of unstructured data, and more.