NSIN is a problem-solving organization for the DoD designed to solve national security issues in new ways. Headquartered in Arlington, Va., NSIN has 11 Regions throughout the United States to provide an organizational and management construct for the execution of our work.
Stealthwerx is working with NSIN to develop agile software applications for the Airmen Against Drunk Driving (AADD) program and local pilot training scheduling and grading.
UMKC and Stealthwerx have worked together since April 2021, connecting SBIR & STTR project teams and researchers with end users in the B-2 community for a variety of fast paced projects delivering capability to the warfighter across every local mission set.
Stealthwerx is exploring opportunities for partnering with MIC to give students and airmen opportunities to engage with each other and cross-pollinate ideas.
The 509 BW and Stealthwerx fall under Operational Control from AFGSC. We work with our partners primarily in these 3 directorates to generate new requirements for the B-2 community that kickstarts the process for bringing innovative and modernized technologies to our airmen.
The Cyber Innovation Center and Strikewerx are Stealthwerx's partner organizations in the same mission area at AFGSC. We work together to scale and transition capabilities vertically through the AF from the base to MAJCOM to AF levels.
C5BDI and Stealthwerx work together to pair SBIR companies with end users around Whiteman and the wider AF community.
LT Capital and Stealthwerx work together to pair SBIR companies with end users around Whiteman and the wider AF community.
Aloha Spark and Stealthwerx are partnering to develop the TRON grid throughout the Midwest and USAF. TRON provides agile and organic SW development solutions at the local level where they're needed. Learn more at https://tron.dso.mil/.
The RSO and AMPO govern the processes and equipment for all production-quality official 3D printers in the USAF. Stealthwerx is working with the RSO to standardize new processes for reverse engineering aircraft and other parts to buy back technical data for the government and reduce supply chain strain.
LCMC being the organization that contains all weapon system program offices (SPOs), including the B-2 SPO, means that they are an integral part of Stealthwerx promulgating any innovation forward to be adopted through traditional acquisition channels.
AFRL contains numerous experts and special offices that Stealthwerx can connect airmen with to answer questions, work with them on the art of the possible, and develop innovative ideas into tangible products.
The OKALC and Weapon System Support Center (WSSC), the sustainment arm of the B-2 SPO, at Tinker contain numerous organizations involved in the continuing support of the B-2 through end-of-life. Stealthwerx is the conduit for airmen at Whiteman to access these organizations, their engineers, and other resources to fully realize their innovative ideas affecting the platform.