NSIN STARTS presents: The F-35 JPO Pitch Day

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NSIN, the F-35 Lightning II Joint Program Office, and the AFRL Information Directorate (RI), will host an event called the F-35 JPO Pitch Day, in Washington, D.C., on Thursday, November 21, 2019. This NSIN Starts program will showcase a mix vendors who can deliver quick wins juxtaposed with vendors who have long-term promise in utilizing fringe technology.

Selected participants will present short pitches demonstrating the potential of ventures working at the intersection of national security and scalable commercial opportunities. Startup finalists selected to present at the event will have the opportunity to address high impact private sector investors, defense and security industry representatives, and government leaders and become eligible for future NSIN-sponsored opportunities.

The F-35 Joint Reprogramming Enterprise (JRE) is tasked with providing hardware and software used to develop Mission Data Files. Mission Data Files enhance the pilot-vehicle interface, update threat parametric data with intelligence information, and enable operational functions that affect mission employment. The F-35 JPO is looking for innovative software technologies, compatible with existing containerized development pipelines and software product, that will increase the efficiency of software and mission data file development.

For a video recording of the F-35 Joint Reprogramming Enterprise (JRE) Ask Me Anything (AMA) session, or more information regarding the JRE ecosystem, please see the Defense Innovation Network.

Interested in applying? Review the SBIR topic.

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About the National Security Innovation Network (NSIN):

NSIN is a Department of Defense (DOD) program office with the mission to build networks of innovators that generate new solutions to national security problems. NSIN does this by building communities of non-traditional defense problem solvers (the academic and venture communities), exposing these communities to national security problems, and supporting the further development and transition of these solutions into the DOD. To facilitate the building of this network of problem solvers and to actively solve DOD problems, NSIN delivers three portfolios of programs: Acceleration, Collaboration, and National Service.

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