Systems Planning and Analysis (SPA), Factom Partner for Blockchain Use for Department of Defense (DOD)
After dominating countless security and cybersecurity discussions, the Blockchain technology could finally be making its way into the crucial military defense docket!
Systems Planning and Analysis, better known as SPA, is partnering with Factom, all in the quest for the betterment of America’s DoD (Department of Defense). Their collaboration is meant to identify any suitable ways through which the Blockchain technology can benefit the DoD and security in general.
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It’s A No-Brainer That This SPA-Factom Is A Win-Win For Both Companies
Factom who is among the leading BaaS (blockchain-as-a-service) providers is better positioned to thrive in their pursuit of Blockchain-powered defense industry. In fact, their ongoing association with the US Department of Homeland Security gives SPA’s Matt Ives the confidence that they have a worthy partner.
SPA, which prides itself with its state-of-the-art, consumer-oriented technical and analytical support services, is at the core of various DoD and government agencies missions. And as the company’s Director in-charge of Business Operations says, their partnership is as rare as it is an excellent opportunity for its quest to keep growing.
Factom Isn’t Just A BaaS Provider
The company is at the heart of many company’s Blockchain-based solutions that enhance data integrity. And their greatest selling point is their cutting-edge trust and data integrity solutions that are digitally secured (Blockchain-based) so that data isn’t altered in any way. Essentially, Factom makes data stored more valuable besides automating data assurance models.
The CEO of Factom, Paul Snow, is confident that by partnering with SPA, lots of opportunities will suffice. To him, their business model is at a focal point that enables them to sustain the sea of opportunities presented by the unbreakable blockchain technology in various government sectors. And so, he’s optimistic that by leveraging this technology, the safety and integrity of data in the defense sector will have been guaranteed.
According to the CEO of SPA, Dr. William Vantine, the partnership is driven by each party’s expertise in the IT, analytic-based skills and the need for a Blockchain-powered solution. SPA has a profound understanding of how the DoD operates.
Also, it understands the various challenges that federal clients face. And this will simply make it easy for Factom to create Blockchain-based technology solutions that will comprehensively solve the challenges.
Systems Planning and Analysis is an Alexandria, Virginia-headquartered company involved in various duties with the government. The company primarily offers analytical, objective and cohesive, program-based, effective and policy-based solutions. It employs a team trained in a plethora of fields, including Surface, Air, and Underwater warfare, nuclear, radar and sensor systems among others.
This Austin, Texas-based tech firm is carving a niche in the world of Blockchain. With expertise in developing scalable Blockchain solutions, Factom aims to secure the data of large and complex companies using Blockchain-powered solutions. As at now, it is one of the most renowned providers of Blockchain-based solutions in the world right now.