• We’re talking SBIR!

    Geoff Orazem, managing partner at Eastern Foundry, joins host John Gilroy on this week’s Federal Tech Talk to discuss how the Small Business Innovation Research initiative compares with other vehicles, and the three levels for SBIR participation.

  • Using IoT devices to prevent wildfires

    Wildfire season is months off, but the Department of Homeland Security’s Science and Technology Directorate is at work on a program to see how internet of things technology can reduce the threat.

  • Changing geospatial intelligence landscape demands innovation from agencies, former fed says

    The commercialization of space and the launches of clouds of small, capable satellites have revolutionized geospatial intelligence.

  • How AI will help our government

    Anthony Robbins, federal vice president at NVIDIA, discusses the leaps and bounds artificial intelligence is making and the ways it can improve both government operation and the private sector.

  • VA creates, awards innovation honor for late under secretary of Health

    To honor the late Under Secretary for Health Dr. Robert Jesse, the Department of Veterans Affairs named an annual award for Excellence in Innovation in his name.

  • Entrepreneur explains the science of turning imagination into reality

    Tribetan CEO Tiffany Norwood discussed the art of storytelling and why it’s important to master that skill to help grow your business.

  • The future of non-traditional innovation

    Sharon Hays, senior fellow at LMI, discusses the ways that government contractors are pushing tech innovation with the help of the federal government.

  • The legal battles behind food innovations

    On this week’s EXTRA episode, we learn more about innovations in food technology, and the legal battles around them, by speaking to Stuart Pape, head of FDA practice at Polsinelli; Gene Grabowski, partner at kglobal; and Richard Levick, founder and CEO of LEVICK.

  • Navy picks 5 sites for ‘tech bridges’ to push fleet innovation

    The first five sites, which are part of the broader NavalX project, are in California, Rhode Island, Washington state, Florida and Indiana.

  • Growing support for defense innovation on US college campuses

    Silicon Valley gets a lot of attention from military leaders but one vet argues more support is needed for innovation cells at US college and universities.