Funding will accelerate MOTAR’s Authorization to Operate for USAF
Dynepic® is gearing up for an Authorization to Operate (ATO) for MOTAR®, thanks to a $2.9M Phase III sole source contract from the US Air Force’s Air Education and Training Command (AETC).
The new funding is the final step before earning ATO and will bring the power of MOTAR into the Air Force domain, making it accessible via NIPRNet. Additionally, once authorized, the USAF will be able to discover and deliver CUI-level training across devices, including VR headsets.
George Moats, Dynepic’s Senior Cybersecurity Engineer, and platform Information System Security Officer explained: "Authorization To Operate is where federal law, DoD policy, and industry standards intersect. Meeting this milestone green-lights MOTAR to move even faster toward bringing innovative training solutions to all of our Warfighters.”
Over the next few months, Dynepic, AETC, and cross-functional stakeholders will refine the MOTAR platform to continue exceeding the standards established by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and enforced by DoD and AETC policy. In addition to ATO, Dynepic’s platform will include a certificate to field process for MOTAR Ecosystem applications to be rapidly delivered to an IL4 production environment where they can be combined with multi-modal training content and delivered to help Airmen level up their skills.
“We’re honored to be bringing MOTAR’s capabilities to the USAF and be part of the critical training upgrade our warfighters require to be ready for the future fight,” said Krissa Watry, Co-founder, and CEO of Dynepic. “And we are just getting started!”
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About Dynepic: Launched in 2014, Dynepic, Inc. is a woman- and service-disabled veteran-founded tech company based out of Reno, Nevada. To learn more about Dynepic, check out our website and connect with us on LinkedIn.