An Oregon company with a presence in Dayton has just been awarded a contract to help protect Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) software.
Galois Inc., based Portland Ore., has been awarded an $8,589,384 cost-plus-fixed-fee contract for “merged-analysis-to-prevent-exploits software,” along with testing and demonstration work.
This contract provides for a software system that will enable computers and humans to collaboratively reason over software artifacts with the goal of finding zero-day vulnerabilities at a scale and speed appropriate for a complex software ecosystem, the Department of Defense said in an announcement on the contract.
Work will be performed in Portland, and is expected to be completed by May 31, 2021.
The Air Force received 50 bids for the contract.
AFRL is based at Wright Patterson Air Force Base, and Galois also has an office in downtown Dayton’s Innovation District at 444 E. 2nd. St.
Galois also announced this summer that it is spinning out a new company, Dayton-based Tangram Flex, a software re-engineering business.
And Tangram Flex this week announced plans to occupy nearly 7,000 square feet of the fifth floor of the building located at 607 E Third St., starting next April.