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Vencore, Partners Use Activity-Based Intelligence Method for R&D Project; Mac Curtis Comments

Mac Curtis
Mac Curtis

TYSONS CORNER, VA, May 20, 2016 — Vencore and its partners have utilized its Activity-Based Intelligence technique to process and analyze open source data on activities in Syria as part of an internal research and development project, ExecutiveBiz reported Wednesday.

The company said Tuesday it worked with Recorded Future, Praescient Analytics, East View Geospatial and Continental Mapping in efforts to use ABI to generate actionable intelligence from a large volume of data on Syria.

Vencore President and CEO Mac Curtis, who is also an inductee into Executive Mosaic‘s Wash100 for 2016, said the company looks to apply the ABI technique to support decision-making in government and the Intelligence Community.

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