Air Force Taps Dell EMC, HPE for Supply Chain Risk Mgmt Platform CRADA

TYSONS CORNER, VA, September 26, 2018 — Dell EMC and Hewlett Packard Enterprise (NYSE: HPE) are working with the U.S. Air Force‘s Space and Missile Systems Center under separate cooperative research and development agreements in an effort to build information technology infrastructures that utilize supply chain risk management, ExecutiveBiz reported Tuesday.

Wright-Patterson Air Force Base said Monday the two companies will serve as data center hardware providers and support the evaluation of the SCRM infrastructure platform prototypes for the Enterprise Ground Services, Enterprise Battle Management Command and Control System as well as Enterprise System Engineering programs.

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