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BrainGu Wins $15 Million US Air Force Contract

BrainGu has been awarded a $15 million contract by the US Air Force's Strategic Funding Increase (STRATFI) program

BrainGu Wins $15 Million US Air Force Contract

PRESS RELEASE: November 29, 2022

Grand Rapids, MI (November 29, 2022) - BrainGu, a software development company focused on empowering innovation and rapid software prototyping for customers in highly regulated industries, announced today that it has been awarded a $15 million contract by the US Air Force's Strategic Funding Increase (STRATFI) program. The $15 million contract was awarded through AFWERX, the Air Force's innovation hub, as part of USAF efforts to accelerate the development of mission-critical technology with the assistance of highly innovative companies like BrainGu.

The STRATFI contract awarded to BrainGu signals the Air Force's commitment to invest in the future of BrainGu and our Structsure products. Together we will further the mission of empowering operators to get directly involved in the development of software tools that benefit them and support their mission. The demand for integrated software solutions that enable or enhance Air Force operational and business systems has never been greater. At BrainGu, we are committed to supporting our warfighters with our DevSecOps platform, Structsure. With Structsure, we are creating a sustainable common environment that enables operator-driven mission application development from concept to combat. - Tim Gast, VP BrainGu Labs

AF Ventures opportunities have given BrainGu an on-ramp to bring software and unique capabilities to the DoD and engage with stakeholders across the DoD to optimize the DevSecOps Platform to support the DoD operational environment. STRATFI funding will accelerate BrainGu's custom platform development efforts in support of the US Air Force's strategic mission, as well as other key mission partners across the US Department of Defense - including the US Navy and Army. With Structsure, BrainGu continues to bring modern, DevSecOps approaches to support high-quality software delivery to military and intelligence missions.

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