Swish and Check Point Close $14M Deal to Enable Agency's Mission Success

Swish | November 04, 2020

Swish and Check Point Close $14M Deal to Enable Agency's Mission Success
Swish, a trusted Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned and HUBZone certified Small Business provider of technology solutions and engineering services to the U.S. Federal Government, today announced that they partnered with Check Point Software Technologies to help a U.S. Federal supply chain management agency expand security while meeting COVID-19 challenges to securely manage a supply chain of billions of dollars in goods and services in support of national security.  With a strong commitment to agility and responsiveness, the agency requires a security strategy that simply works without the need to consistently troubleshoot and optimize.

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Tyler Technologies Renews Five-Year Contract for Digital Government and Payment Solutions in Oklahoma

Tyler Technologies | December 22, 2021

Tyler Technologies, Inc. today announced that the state of Oklahoma signed a contract renewal for Tyler’s digital government and payments services. The five-year agreement expands upon a 20-year relationship between the state and Tyler’s subsidiary NIC. “NIC Oklahoma has been a strategic partner to the state of Oklahoma for 20 years,” said director of Applications and Data Services Joe McIntosh at the state's Office of Management and Enterprise Services. “They are a key provider in a variety of digital services to Oklahomans including payment services, point of sale systems, and appointment management. We are excited to see this partnership continue and hope it does well into the future.” Since 2001, NIC Oklahoma has delivered more than 400 digital government services and information across more than 125 agencies. In 2020 alone, NIC Oklahoma processed over $6 billion in payments for the state from more than four million transactions. “While we have worked with the state for two decades now, it is our most recent work that makes me most proud. We have become a true strategic partner, closely aligned with the state’s overall goals for digital government and payment services. Now, as a part of Tyler, we can bring even more services and innovation to the state of Oklahoma.” Connie Pearson, general manager of NIC Oklahoma About Tyler Technologies and NIC Acquired by Tyler Technologies on April 21, 2021, NIC is a leader in digital government solutions and payments, partnering with government to deliver user-friendly digital services that make it easier and more efficient to interact with government. NIC and Tyler are united in their mission to empower public sector entities to operate more efficiently and connect more transparently with their constituents and with each other. Tyler has more than 37,000 successful installations across more than 12,000 locations, with clients in all 50 states, Canada, the Caribbean, Australia, and other international locations. Tyler has been named to Government Technology's GovTech 100 list five times and has been recognized three times on Forbes' "Most Innovative Growth Companies" list.

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Oracle Cloud Marketplace Now Available to U.S. Government Customers

Oracle | January 28, 2021

The Oracle Cloud Marketplace is currently accessible for U.S. government customers, empowering offices to completely computerize the arrangement of guaranteed arrangements straightforwardly on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI). Government customers can now effectively send applications from a developing library of Oracle and outsider autonomous programming merchants (ISVs) to help uphold their hierarchical objectives and serve the necessities of constituents. Oracle Cloud Marketplace is a unified vault of big business applications accessible in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Government Cloud. Customers hoping to move or stretch out outstanding burdens from on-premises to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure can undoubtedly find and send arrangements offered in Oracle Cloud Marketplace. Oracle Cloud Marketplace is an all in one resource for Oracle customers looking for believed business applications offering extraordinary business arrangements, including those that broaden Oracle Cloud Applications. Customers can interface and broaden their server farm organization, just as ensure their outstanding tasks at hand past Oracle Cloud local security choices, without requiring huge arrangement, mix, or business measure changes. "Government customers rely on Oracle Cloud to run application workloads in highly available hosted environments," said Scott Twaddle, vice president, regulated markets, Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. "The availability of Oracle Cloud Marketplace allows government customers to automate the provisioning of Oracle applications and databases as well as third-party software. This simplifies migrations from on-premises environments to the cloud, dramatically reducing deployment times to hours, instead of days or weeks." Oracle Cloud Marketplace has acquired approval from the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP), the public authority program that sets the norm for surveying, approving, and checking cloud frameworks' security. The accreditation guarantees government customers that Oracle Cloud Marketplace fulfills the most elevated guidelines of security and consistence. Oracle Cloud Infrastructure has also achieved FedRAMP JAB P-ATO Accreditation for Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Compute Service, Object Storage Service, Block Storage Service, Database Cloud Service, Exadata Cloud Service, Key Management Service, Virtual Cloud Networks, FastConnect, Load Balancing as a Service, Identity and Access Management, and Auditing. About Oracle We’re a cloud technology company that provides organizations around the world with computing infrastructure and software to help them innovate, unlock efficiencies and become more effective. We also created the world’s first – and only – autonomous database to help organize and secure our customers’ data.

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Kraken Awarded Robotics as a Service (RaaS) Contract from Government of Canada

Kraken Robotics Inc. | October 25, 2021

Kraken Robotics Inc. , Canada’s Ocean Company™, is pleased to announce that it has signed a Robotics as a Service (RaaS) contract with the Canadian government for testing of Kraken’s ultra-high resolution survey equipment with the Royal Canadian Navy (RCN). This $0.5 million contract is funded under the Canadian government’s Innovative Solutions Canada program, and the testing department for this service offering is the RCN’s Fleet Diving Unit Atlantic (FDU-A) based in Halifax, Nova Scotia. The RCN has a mandate to develop and maintain an advanced sonar imaging and data storage capability for all three coasts, and to deploy this capability to national and international areas of interest. Under the contract, Kraken will deploy its KATFISH™ towed SAS sonar system and will integrate a Kraken Light Weight SAS (LW-SAS) onboard a Hydroid REMUS 100 Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (AUV) owned by FDU-A. This contract will be completed by March 31, 2022. Augmenting the RCN’s Current Capabilities This contract will provide the RCN FDU-A access to cutting edge technology and high-resolution seabed data. FDU-A uses a number of different seabed imaging sonar solutions for their various mission requirements, including Towed Sonars Systems (typically deployed from a Kingston-class MCDV vessel, with a crew of 40 persons), and Light Weight Sonar Systems (typically deployed from REMUS-class AUVs). Kraken’s RaaS service can augment FDU-A’s existing capabilities, by providing them with significantly better data, at a much lower cost, and leveraging continuously improving capabilities. The contract involves testing the Kraken RaaS capability in two configurations: Towed KATFISH™ Synthetic Aperture Sonar (SAS) system, deployed on a Surface Vessel of Opportunity (the R/V Ocean Seeker). This could also be tested onboard an RCN Asset (such as the Kingston-class MCDV). One purpose of the test is to show that in combination with RaaS, vessels of opportunity can also be used at a lower cost and higher availability to augment the RCN's capabilities. Untethered Light Weight SAS system, deployed on an RCN Underwater Vessel of Opportunity (REMUS 100 AUV), and tested with the KATFISH™ system above. A purpose of this test is to show that RaaS can be quickly added to existing RCN assets, to augment their capabilities. Benefits to the Navies Kraken believes its RaaS offering could provide significant benefits to other navies around the world. With Kraken RaaS, navies can access cutting edge technology “as needed”, without concern for equipment obsolescence, life cycle costs, or operator skill fade. 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Kraken’s technology and service application can augment route survey activities while simultaneously supporting near shore hydrographic mapping and charting requirements on an annual basis with high-definition resolution, freeing up valuable Navy assets for other mission critical functions CEO Comments Commenting on this contract, Karl Kenny, Kraken President and CEO noted, “Kraken is excited to be able to offer RaaS to the RCN as an “Early Adopter” to augment existing RCN Route Survey with a Service offering based on the latest SAS technology available. Kraken seeks to offer our Robotics as a Service globally, in particular to other NATO allies, and this contract for the RCN’s evaluation will serve as an excellent reference. The RCN’s objective comparison of the data from our RaaS offering against legacy sonar data will provide demonstrative evidence of the superior image resolution and accuracy of Kraken survey data.” ABOUT KRAKEN ROBOTICS INC. Kraken Robotics Inc. (TSX.V:PNG) (OTCQB: KRKNF) is a marine technology company dedicated to the production and sale of software-centric sensors, subsea batteries and thrusters, and underwater robotic systems. The company is headquartered in Newfoundland with offices in Canada, U.S., Germany, Denmark, and Brazil. In July 2021, Kraken acquired PanGeo Subsea, a leading services company specializing in high-resolution 3D acoustic imaging solutions for the sub-seabed. PanGeo with offices in Canada, the United States and the United Kingdom is now a wholly owned subsidiary of Kraken. Kraken is ranked as a Top 100 marine technology company by Marine Technology Reporter.

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The New Face of Fraud and Detection Professional criminal enterprises inflict more damage and losses on society than opportunistic individuals. Yet today, anti-fraud program managers focus primarily on detecting outliers, researching standalone fraud events and acting on tips. And why not? Most anti-fraud analytic methods are focused at the provider or claim level; very little if any advanced data analysis focuses on the detection of collusive behavior among multiple entities.