Why Space Missions Need a Modern Digital Integrator

Digital Is Essential

While physical infrastructure like satellites and terminals will remain essential for space superiority, digital assets and infrastructure—software, technology, and the logistics of implementing and interconnecting the systems they run on—are now its critical counterpart. DOD and the IC need a technical integrator that can blend the advances of commercial companies with the reassurance and confidence of working with a company who understands the government mission. 

A digital-first partner should supply experts who understand DOD and IC challenges and can advise on commercial solutions to solve the tough problems. Their teams should be able to test, integrate, and deploy those capabilities rapidly and efficiently. And to position DOD for the fast pace of change, the partner must use open-architecture solutions that put government in control of its technology.

We’ve summarized the main considerations in this overview, The Modern Technical Integrator: Delivering Space Superiority with Government-Owned Innovation. Download it now to learn:

  • How government can leverage industry to maintain space dominance while still retaining ownership of its technical baseline
  • Why partnering with an independent technical integrator can help the government meet its goals for space missions
  • What makes Booz Allen the right partner to enable national security missions in the new space era

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The Modern Technical Integrator

As a trusted space partner to the U.S. government, Booz Allen helps clients modernize capabilities for today’s greatest space challenges: 

  • Weaponization of space: The U.S. must stay ahead of adversaries threatening space systems critical to our nation’s security, commerce, and way of life.
  • Addressing climate change: Space-based earth observation is essential to research.
  • Congestion: Tracking and protecting space assets is critical as satellite constellations grow exponentially.

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