The U.S. government’s greatest responsibility is to protect the safety and security of our nation and its citizens. Noblis experts apply science and technology to reduce the susceptibility of our critical infrastructure and national resources from threats of all kinds. We help reduce our nation’s vulnerability to physical and cyber-attacks, terrorism, and natural threats and disasters.
Noblis works with clients across the government to find new approaches to national and homeland security, public safety, and law enforcement. Our solutions advance national security by bringing innovative new ideas and solutions to cybersecurity, infrastructure protection, chemical and biological defense, and advanced biometrics and identity management. Our systems engineers and scientists work with law enforcement agencies improving information sharing and interoperability during emergency response.
We partner with our clients to help them tackle national security issues that threaten our nation's liberty and freedom. By leveraging our unsurpassed breadth of industry, domain, and functional expertise, we help clients frame their priorities and translate their vision into actionable plans. Using science, technology, and innovation, we strengthen and improve the safety of our nation.
Noblis and Noblis ESI contribute to the safety of our nation through our work specifically for the Intelligence Community in areas such as:
Systems Engineering and Technical Assistance (SETA) support to government agencies.
Acquisition support for Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) systems with a specific focus on the acquisition of SOA solutions.
Noblis and Noblis ESI provide systems engineering and advisory support to the tactical, COCOM and National ISR ground communities including test and evaluation, IV&V, and software and system design and advisory services. We provide this support for multiple variants of the Distributed Common Ground System (DCGS).
Drew Rak talks about the expertise and capabilities we employ
What is Queueing Theory, and how is it applied in science and telecommunications?
L. Roger Mason, Jr., Ph.D.
As Senior VP of National Security and Intelligence, Roger is responsible for the overall direction of Noblis’ national security missions.
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