Teal Announces Public Launch and Immediate Availability of Golden Eagle New US-Made Commercial Drone System that Provides Aerial Surveillance

Teal | September 04, 2020

Teal today announced the public launch and immediate availability of Golden Eagle, a new US-made commercial drone system that provides aerial surveillance and awareness through scalable, secure, and rugged technology. Designed and manufactured entirely in the US to ensure the highest levels of data security and performance, Teal already has pilot programs running at Fortune 500 companies, as well as many government agencies. Golden Eagle serves as a dual-use platform and was recently selected as an approved system for the Department of Defense and Federal Government as part of DIU’s Blue sUAS Project and will soon be available on the GSA schedule.

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Welcome to Health of Boston’s Children: Child Health Assessment Mapping Project (CHAMP)! This report presents results of a study of the environments in which Boston children live, learn, play, and grow using citywide maps, community-specific data, and research literature. We have increasingly learned that the environment a child confronts in early life, including his or her social environment, may have lifelong impact. Thus, a look at Boston as an environment for growing children gives us a glimpse into the long-term health and well-being of the city’s youngest residents. It draws on multiple data sources, including the U.S. Decennial Census, American Community Survey, and data from multiple city and statewide agencies, to characterize the environments encountered by Boston children, neighborhood by neighborhood.

Spotlight

Welcome to Health of Boston’s Children: Child Health Assessment Mapping Project (CHAMP)! This report presents results of a study of the environments in which Boston children live, learn, play, and grow using citywide maps, community-specific data, and research literature. We have increasingly learned that the environment a child confronts in early life, including his or her social environment, may have lifelong impact. Thus, a look at Boston as an environment for growing children gives us a glimpse into the long-term health and well-being of the city’s youngest residents. It draws on multiple data sources, including the U.S. Decennial Census, American Community Survey, and data from multiple city and statewide agencies, to characterize the environments encountered by Boston children, neighborhood by neighborhood.

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Knightscope Earns FedRAMP "In-Process" Rating from the U.S. Federal Government

Knightscope | June 07, 2022

Knightscope, Inc., a provider of sophisticated physical security technology aimed at improving U.S. security operations, revealed today that the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program has reached the "In-Process" level (FedRAMP). FedRAMP is a federal-level program that encourages the use of safe cloud services by establishing a standardized approach to security evaluation, authorization, and continuous monitoring of cloud goods and services. Knightscope's cyber security team has been working relentlessly for the past 17 months to create a safe, hardened environment dedicated entirely to supporting U.S. Government clients. Knightscope was able to create a tightly controlled version of its product offering from the ground up. A FedRAMP-authorized Third-Party Assessment Organization tested the secure environment. Knightscope's product was put to the test utilizing the most cutting-edge cyber technology, and it was discovered that the ASR was far too secure to be entered without the Company's help. Knightscope has now been listed as a service provider because of these findings, and it may begin conversations with government agencies about delivering services to federal authorities. One of the key roles of government is to protect its citizens, so it is critical that we provide them with the most advanced public safety technologies available. The FedRAMP process is arduous, but we believe it is a great investment of time and resources as it ensures our cybersecurity efforts are top notch. I'm looking forward to continuing to build even more cutting-edge technology to support our mission to make America the safest country in the world." Mercedes Soria, EVP and Chief Intelligence Officer, Knightscope, Inc. To conduct business with the federal government, cloud-based service providers must complete the FedRAMP procedure and acquire an Authority to Operate ("ATO"). Only 262 ATOs have been granted as of this publication, and only 83 firms have reached the "In-Process" stage. Knightscope's service offering for a Government Law Enforcement Agency was accepted as a consequence of the team's hard work, and Knightscope is now listed on the FedRAMP Government Market Place.

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EMERGING TECHNOLOGY

Homeland Security Technology Consortium Announces Security Innovation Challenge, $25,000 in Prizes

ATI (Advanced Technology International) | May 21, 2022

The Homeland Security Technology Consortium (HSTech), Advanced Technology International (ATI), and TechConnect announced the Security Innovation Challenge and $25,000 prize for technology solutions that represent the cutting edge in identity management. Challenge applicants should represent privacy-centric solutions for both civilian and federal applications in the areas of: pattern recognition software, real-time analytics platforms, sensors, scanners, imaging, cybersecurity platforms, data harmonization software, and artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML). The future security of our nation - both physical and virtual - will depend on the innovation of many kinds of people and organizations, especially private-sector non-traditional innovators, which have so much to offer on the cutting edge. The Security Innovation Challenge is the ideal route to connect your emerging security technologies with key government requirements and associated prototype funding opportunities." Matthew Laudon, Vice President - TechConnect Division, ATI TechConnect will invite top-ranked applicants to pitch their solutions in-person to investment, industry and military tech scouts, as well as consortium representatives at Defense TechConnect Innovation Summit, which runs from September 26-29, 2022, in Washington, D.C. Pitch presenters will compete on-site for awards from the $25,000 prize pool. Additionally, qualified applicants receive a one-year free membership in HS Tech and access to engagement opportunities through the consortium. "The Homeland Security Technology Consortium knows that privacy-centric identity management technologies and processes remain critical capabilities to advance homeland security missions. We look forward to seeing what innovative solutions come out of this challenge to support the DHS mission," said Ari Schuler, Chairman of HSTech's Executive Committee. Michael Dougherty, HSTech's Executive Director, remarked: "We expect this Challenge to give our Consortium members and other brilliant innovators the opportunity to assist the Department of Homeland Security in further developing capabilities to serve the national interest." About Advanced Technology International ATI, a public-service nonprofit based in Summerville, S.C., builds and manages collaborations that conduct research and development of new technologies to solve our nation's most pressing challenges. Fueled by a community of experts from industry, academia, and government, ATI accelerates impact by using the power of collaboration to help the federal government quickly acquire novel technologies. ATI is a subsidiary of Analytic Services, Inc. (ANSER), a public-service research institute organized as a nonprofit corporation, which is dedicated to informing decisions that shape the nation's future. About TechConnect With 25+ years of experience connecting emerging technologies with unique funding and partnership opportunities, TechConnect boasts the most robust research and innovation network in the world. It employs a broad scope of tools to deliver top technologies, including open innovation programs, conferences, and open-access publications. Each year, TechConnect prospects, vets, and connects thousands of emerging technologies with corporate, investment, municipal, and national defense clients. TechConnect is a division of Advanced Technology International. About Homeland Security Technology Consortium The Homeland Security Technology Consortium (HSTech) supports the collaborative R&D and rapid prototyping/piloting needs for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and its components. HSTech sources capabilities across the homeland security and national border security technology spectrum.

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GOVERNMENT INSURANCE

FDIC Completes Modernization of Acquisition Management System with Unison PRISM

Unison | July 25, 2022

Unison, the leading provider of acquisition management software and insight to government agencies, program offices, and contractors, announces that the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) has completed modernization of their FAMS (FDIC Acquisition Management System) with the successful roll-out of Unison's PRISM SaaS solution. Through this implementation, FDIC has fully replaced four different legacy systems that were only loosely joined together, and measurably improved their Compliance, Audit, and Reporting postures with a net gain in functionality and operational efficiency. FDIC's FAMS initiative to replace their current Appian based system was one of the top agency performance goals for the year. "By leveraging PRISM's Accelerator and Analytics functionality, FDIC is now able to streamline their early Acquisition planning processes as well as take advantage of PRISM's robust analytics to enhance their reporting and dashboarding, Through this initiative, FDIC has been able to seamlessly harmonize many acquisition-related functions in a single solution benefitting a broad spectrum of their users and business processes." -Greg Young, General Manager PRISM. FDIC selected PRISM SaaS including secure infrastructure and a Web Services-based integration layer which works with FDIC's existing enterprise systems to realize greater value across their applications ecosystems. This has allowed the agency to side-step its technical debt and maintenance burdens for an Acquisition system. PRISM is the only proven, widely used, and built for federal FedRAMP Moderate compliant Acquisitions solution. FDIC acquisition professionals are using the Unison PRISM solution to efficiently and effectively manage the complete federal acquisition lifecycle, in a compliant way, from planning through closeout. About Unison- Unison's secure cloud and on-premise Lifecycle Acquisition Management software, Marketplace, and information products support more than 200,000 users in leading prime contractors, all cabinet-level agencies, and major DoD programs. All software development and support are provided within the USA.

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