DOD needs a ‘modern IT system’ to brace for second wave of pandemic logistics
The DOD needs a modern IT system, like the ones used in "other industries," to better track the shipment of PPE for the next wave of coronavirus.
HHS gauges industry’s appetite for sharing data on medical supply availability
The information would flow to a "supply chain IT control tower" allowing for real-time visibility across the Strategic National Stockpile, according to a new RFI.
Navy opens up $30M in small business tech funding to stabilize supply chain
The Navy plans to spend more than $250 million in the next 90 days with small businesses that provide the department advanced technology.
JAIC’s new Project Salus links up supply-chain data in fight against coronavirus
The JAIC is working to bring data to the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic through new tools layered into a National Guard dashboard.
Pentagon opens bids on 5G prototypes at military bases
Under the first three solicitations released so far, work will take place at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Georgia; Joint Base Lewis-McChord in Washington; and Naval Base San Diego, California.
Palantir scores its first contract with the Navy, for supply chain data
Palantir gets another military contract, this time its first with the Navy to integrate data on its supply chain networks.