Digital Reasoning Partnership Receives $4.2 Million in New Federal Funding
Companies collaborate to deliver next generation of analyst support tools
Brentwood, Tennessee – April 15, 2008 – Digital Reasoning Systems, Inc., the intelligence-software innovator, today announced the receipt of a new task order for $4.2 million to be shared with two other collaborating companies.
Digital Reasoning Systems, based in Tennessee, is partnering with ATS Intelligent Discovery and Topia Technology, both from Washington. The task order was awarded to the technology partners by the US Army’s Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM), and can carry an additional $10 million of add-ons over the next two years.
Though specific details of the project are not being disclosed, the overall aim of the project is to unify cutting-edge research in both unstructured and structured data analytics. Digital Reasoning Systems will develop and supply the unstructured data analytics technology.
“Digital Reasoning is privileged to continue its support of Army Intelligence. As a primary mission of our Federal Solutions, Digital Reasoning continues to aid innovation and enhancement of what our nation’s intelligence analysts have at their disposal to protect our national security”, said Tim Estes, CEO of Digital Reasoning Systems. “Digital Reasoning is particularly privileged to be teamed with two other leading innovators – ATS Intelligent Discovery and Topia Technology – in creating a truly bleeding-edge capability that can be deployed to the field. ATS and Topia Technology have been outstanding groups with whom to work and we look forward to teaming with them on future opportunities”, continued Estes.
Digital Reasoning Systems was previously awarded a $7 million contract from the National Ground Intelligence Center (NGIC) to provide unstructured data analysis and geospatial tagging technologies for the US Army Pathfinder Program. Its solutions are currently in use at other federal intelligence agencies and military organizations.