Chenega Applied Solutions (CAS), a professional services provider specializing in records management, IT, facilities, intelligence and training, announced its support of the United States Air Force (USAF) Project Kessel Run.
Project Kessel Run, managed by the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center’s battle management directorate at Hanscom Air Force Base, Massachusetts, is a team dedicated to advancing and innovating software requirements for the Department of Defense. The team uses agile and DevOps software development and engineering methodologies to greatly reduce the implementation time of new software for defense customers.
As a proud partner of Project Kessel Run, CAS joins other partners like Pivotal Labs to support Project Kessel Run and the Defense Innovation Unit Experimental (DIUx), the Pentagon’s experimental procurement group, to develop and deliver innovative new software applications for the DoD.
“We are extremely honored to support such an important and groundbreaking project,” said Michael Davis, CAS president. “Project Kessel Run is changing the way the defense industry manages software requirements, and CAS is excited to be a part of the evolving future of defense technology.”
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Chenega Applied Solutions (CAS) is a trusted provider of records management, IT, facilities, intelligence and training services to intelligence and defense customers. Headquartered in Lorton, Virginia, CAS is an 8(a) Alaska Native-owned Small Disadvantaged Business (SDB) with a deep understanding of its customers’ unique mission requirements.