Submissions are open to ideas furthering national security in air, space and cyberspace with a special emphasis on three areas:
- Command, control, communications, intelligence and network technologies
- Battlefield air operations family of systems technologies
- Digital technologies
Proposals and pitch decks will be accepted from Jan. 8 to Feb. 6.
The best candidates will be invited to pitch their ideas to a team of Air Force experts, commercial investors and defense partners in New York City March 6, for an opportunity to compete for an Air Force contract award up to $158,000, the Air Force said in a statement.
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