Palantir and Lockheed Martin said that they will collaborate to deliver software for the Navy’s combat systems.

The collaboration focuses on driving innovation and working closely with the U.S. Navy to modernize its combat systems for the surface fleet. The duo will use Palantir’s platform, Apollo, because it enables autonomous deployment. It also allows developers to write and deploy software that includes the application’s requirements and enables teams to work closely on software asynchronously. Apollo then enables DevOps, security teams, and operators the ability to scale and deliver innovation rapidly, all while dev teams can get real-time feedback and performance reporting.

“Lockheed Martin is investing in skills, capabilities, tools and infrastructure to deliver mission critical capabilities to the warfighter efficiently and affordably,” said Joe DePietro, Vice President & General Manager for Naval Combat & Missile Defense Systems at Lockheed Martin.

“Palantir was built to solve the world’s most difficult problems with truly best-in-class, cutting-edge technology. We believe that, by sharing our approach through the Apollo product, more customers can take advantage of the Autonomous Deployment approach,” said Palantir COO Shyam Sankar.

Lockheed Martin and Palantir have come together to solve some of the most complex challenges that arise in the rapid and secure delivery of software to where it’s needed most in heterogeneous environments.

Contract Opportunities to Watch: KeyLogic

KeyLogic Systems, LLC was awarded a prime contract from the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE), National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL) for strategic analysis support services. The five-year contract is initially valued at $99 million.

NETL is one of the seventeen national laboratories operated by DOE and focuses on America’s economic prosperity through its energy, environmental, and nuclear challenges through foundational science and transformative technology solutions.

KeyLogic will provide support to NETL in various technical areas for strategic systems analysis, laboratory-wide strategic planning, program planning, and strategic partnerships. KeyLogic will help laboratory personnel assess novel energy technology, create, and enhance energy models, develop sponsorships and partnerships and oversee technology transfer.

“This contract represents a tremendous opportunity for KeyLogic to strengthen our partnership with DOE that has been developed over the past fifteen years,” said Jeannette Lee, CEO of KeyLogic. “The KeyLogic team works hard to deliver our world-class customer service to NETL, as we help them address our country’s most pressing energy needs.”

KeyLogic lis the prime contractor, with Deloitte Consulting, LLP as a major subcontractor. A variety of specialty subcontractors, university consortium, and small business partners will also provide unique services and subject matter expertise to the KeyLogic team.

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Rocket Lab USA just created a U.S.-based wholly owned subsidiary to serve the defense and intelligence community. Rocket Lab National Security LLC (RLNS) will focus on delivering launch services and space systems capabilities to the U.S. government and its allies.

Since the Company’s first launch of the Electron rocket in 2017, Rocket Lab has conducted multiple successful launches for national security customers, including missions for the National Reconnaissance Office (NRO), U.S. Space Force, and Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA). Rocket Lab Space Systems technology has also featured in hundreds of commercial and government satellites serving the national security market, from separation systems and flight software to space solar power and high-performance star trackers.

“Across our launch and space systems offerings, we have the privilege of working with the full spectrum of space users from primes, commercial constellation operators and small start-ups, to U.S. and Allied government customers,” said Brian Rogers, Senior Director – Global Government Launch Services. “With Rocket Lab National Security we’re building on this strong heritage to deliver tailored capabilities that evolve as the nation’s needs do.”

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Jillian Hamilton has worked in a variety of Program Management roles for multiple Federal Government contractors. She has helped manage projects in training and IT. She received her Bachelors degree in Business with an emphasis in Marketing from Penn State University and her MBA from the University of Phoenix.