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Army C5ISR Center Wants Info on Threat Forecasting Tech

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The U.S. Army’s Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Cyber, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Center has released a request for information on technologies that can predict a threat’s behavior and location.

According to the RFI on SAM.gov, contractor threat forecasting software is expected to help the C5ISR Center’s Engineering System Integration Directorate in developing requirements and prioritizing resources for ISR operations.

The service branch is interested in capabilities that use information from known threat tactics, techniques and procedures; terrain, intelligence, training and previous events to produce continuous forecasts of threat courses of action and high-value target locations that would improve wargaming, ISR collection and decision-making processes.

Interested companies can respond to the RFI on or before April 25.

The effort is part of the Army’s transition to the multi-domain concept, in which commanders need intelligence to view insights into adversaries’ upcoming actions and make decisions at a faster rate.

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