3DX | December 16, 2021
3DX Industries Inc. , a state of the art additive manufacturer specializing in 3D Metal Printing, announced it has launched a business development office focused on applying for government contract work targeted towards the US Armed Forces.
This division of 3DX Industries, Inc. will focus on bidding on government contract work for the United States Navy, United States Army, United States Air Force, United States Marine Corps and other local, State and Federal government divisions.
3DX Industries, Inc. has worked as a sub contractor on various projects for government agencies in the past including aircraft carrier parts for the US Navy. Beginning in early 2022, this division of 3DX will be led by Mr. Harold Blackwell and focus on the various government contract opportunities available in the United States to manufacturers with the additive and subtractive capabilities of 3DX Industries.
“We have experience in making parts for the military and know we can provide exceptional value to the armed forces via our manufacturing capabilities. Moving into 2022, we want to have a clear focus on securing these projects and believe Harold’s experience in the space will be a perfect fit with our business objectives.”
Mr. Roger Janssen, President & CEO at 3DX Industries, Inc.
The United States Government recently passed bipartisan legislation, The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, which will invest over $1 trillion USD into roads, bridges, utilities, transportation and water systems, among other investments.
“The timing could not be better,” Mr. Harold Blackwell said. “We plan to make the most of the opportunities to position 3DX into the government contracting ecosystem.”
Mr. Harold Blackwell, who has led the Mergers & Acquisitions for 3DX in 2021, will pivot to the new position starting January 1st, 2022.
About the Company: 3DX Industries, Inc. is focused on the additive metal manufacturing segment within the manufacturing industry. 3DX has the capability of manufacturing a wide variety of products using its 3D metal printing system, 3D plastic printing as well as more traditional methods of precision manufacturing. 3DX offers additive and traditional manufacturing services as well as product design, engineering and assembly services to its customers.
MongoDB | June 30, 2021
MongoDB, Inc., the premier contemporary general-purpose database platform, announced that it is FedRAMP Ready for Agency Authorization. Additionally, MongoDB Atlas for Government, a newly available document database service accessible in AWS GovCloud (U.S.) and AWS US East/West regions, has received FedRAMP Ready certification.
MongoDB Atlas for Government is a specialized ecosystem for government requirements that enable agencies to develop and iterate more quickly. This new solution simplifies the deployment, operation, and scaling of MongoDB for contemporary applications in a FedRAMP Ready environment, allowing customers to satisfy the most strict regulatory security and privacy requirements.
FedRAMP is a U.S. government initiative that offers a standardized cloud security assessment, authorization, and continuous monitoring. Obtaining FedRAMP Ready status is a significant indication of success for full FedRAMP approval, and it indicates that MongoDB's Readiness Assessment Report (RAR) has been accepted. MongoDB is a FedRAMP Ready provider and is listed on the FedRAMP Marketplace.
MongoDB is the premier modern, general-purpose database platform built to unleash the potential of software and data for developers and the applications they create. MongoDB, headquartered in New York, has over 26,800 customers in over 100 countries. In addition, the MongoDB database platform has been downloaded over 175 million times, and over 1.5 million people have registered for MongoDB University courses.
The National Telecommunications and Information Administration | May 27, 2020
The National Telecommunications and Information Administration has posted a request for public comment on how fifth-generation telecommunications networks should be implemented to support the White House’s strategy for securing the technology. “In accordance with the Secure 5G and Beyond Act of 2020, the National Telecommunications and Information Administration, on behalf of the Executive Branch, is requesting comments to inform the development of an Implementation Plan for the National Strategy to Secure 5G,” reads the request NTIA posted Friday. President Trump issued the White House’s strategy on the same day he signed into law the legislation calling on him to do so. The public will have 21 days to comment on the strategy after the NTIA’s request is added to the Federal Register. NTIA telecommunications specialist Travis Hall told Nextgov that is likely to happen sometime this week.