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Fixing relationships: How US Army Futures Command is working with small biz, academia


​David Zakariaie of Senseye shows Army Vice Chief of Staff Gen. James McConville the ropes in a fixed-wing training simulator at the Capital Factory Aug. 23, 2018.

WASHINGTON — U.S. Army Futures Command is laying the groundwork to strengthen collaboration with academia and small businesses to solve some of the service’s most major problems.

The Army has struggled with relationships outside of the established defense industry, particularly with small businesses and Silicon Valley.

Small businesses have expressed concerns about working with the government, mostly in regard to the time it takes to secure a contract award as well as the complex and cumbersome government-contracting process.

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