Air Force courts small business innovators

LAUREN C. WILLIAMS | January 9, 2019

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The U.S. Air Force is moving forward with its plan to tap small businesses to solve its tech problems, and began accepting applications for its inaugural "Pitch Day" Jan. 8.Selected participants will be chosen to present at the Pitch Day event in New York City, with winners getting deals on the spot.Competitors will be allowed to submit proposals for three topic areas: command, control, communications, intelligence, and networks; digital technology investments; and battlefield air operations systems technologies. "The hope is that we learn some lessons and improve it and do it even bigger next time," expanding the topic areas, Maj. Gen. Patrick Higby, director, DevOps and Lethality, Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Air Force Acquisition, Technology and Logistics, said following a presentation at the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association's small business event Jan. 8.

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