Mission Technologies

Mission-driven Technologies with American Ingenuity

Modern missions require the leverage of cutting-edge systems, free from data silos and outdated software. To augment the protection of our country, Defense and Intel communities rely on proven methodologies and technologies for enhanced mission planning, improved readiness and streamlined execution.

Omni’s Mission Technologies lie at the heart of our innovation efforts, the intersection of digital services capabilities and domains. Focusing on enhanced security, automation, user-friendliness and training, we provide proven methodologies, so you’re fully prepared for your next mission when there’s no room for error.


As the volumes of geospatial data grow larger by the day, technology plays an ever increasing role in gaining strategic advantage from that data. Our solutions empower users to gather data efficiently and derive actionable insights from it . Our solutions empower users to gather data efficiently and derive actionable insights from it –– leveraging our proven tools and methods to design and deliver modern, intuitive and secure geospatial applications rapidly.

When boots are on the ground, you have real-time intel, for better decision making.

CASE STUDY: NGA Software Aqua Badge Engineering Resources (SABER) / NGA DevCorps for Geospatial Apps

NGA Software Aqua Badge Engineering Resources (SABER) / NGA DevCorps for Geospatial Apps

NGA’s GEOINT Services organization revolutionizes, creates, and provides geospatial capabilities of common concern for National System for Geospatial-Intelligence (NSG) mission partners. DevCorps is one of the divisions within GEOINT Services and delivers accessible, intuitive, and interoperable development capabilities and services to enable a broad range of missions. DevCorps needed to increase their capacity to address mission needs for Agile software development by soliciting additional software engineering resource capabilities through the Software Aqua Badge Engineering Resources (SABER) contract.

Omni’s team is building several applications to support the NGA’s mission to develop advanced mathematical, scientific, and geospatial modeling capabilities. We apply SAFe patterns and principles such as regular and predictable cadence, small batches of work, and synchronized cross-domain planning, as well as DevSecOps best practices including automated static and dynamic application scanning, secure coding practices and Security as Code, and deployed to NGA’s Pivotal Cloud Foundry (PCF) based PaaS environment. Our approach enables the ability to generate various output files including military standard formats that are more conducive for effective analysis and dissemination.

Modeling & Simulation

Modeling and Simulation systems are undergoing modernization to become more adaptable, automated, and to deliver better, faster insights. Using cloud, DevSecOps, and software factory-type environments gives us a critical edge to enable the desired agility, speed and security of modern M&S. 

When every second counts, you can move at the speed of the changing landscape.

CASE STUDY: Kessel Run (KR) Command and Control Simulation Environment for Training (C2SET) Modernization

Kessel Run (KR) Command and Control Simulation Environment for Training (C2SET) Modernization

To better align with Air Operations Centers’ (AOC) model simulation and training goals, the Air Force Constructive Model & Simulation (M&S) portfolio moved under the jurisdiction of Kessel Run. Kessel Run continues to expand its M&S efforts within the All-Domain Common Platform (ADCP) by modernizing legacy M&S systems needed to simulate theater warfare. This modernization effort addresses several M&S challenges including automation and replacement of the legacy Air Force Modeling and Simulation Training Toolkit (AFMSTT) stimulation and simulation capabilities for the conduct, initialization, and certification under the Command and Control Simulation Environment for Training (C2SET) Modernization program.

In collaboration with KR and the Air Force Constructive M&S Portfolio personnel, Omni is developing, maintaining, and implementing the C2SET software that will run M&S scenarios capable of handling operationally realistic and complex theater warfare models and predictive analysis. Additionally, we provide core M&S training services for AOC Block 20 and all Joint Force Air Component Commander (JFACC) applications residing at Kessel Run and throughout the worldwide AOC community. The primary objective of this project is to deliver a flexible, scalable M&S engine utilizing the Advanced Framework for Simulation, Integration, and Modeling (AFSIM) in conjunction with other Government off-the- Shelf/Commercial off-the-Shelf products to meet the M&S needs of the warfighter. This will modernize wargaming capabilities by having a cloud-based system to set up dynamic scenarios more quickly for the rapidly changing and emerging theater warfare contest sets. Furthermore, through the machine learning/reinforcement learning model on behavior development, M&S will better train the warfighter and decision-makers to address future problems.


Omni supports the digital transformation of C2 from hardware-centric warfare to software-centric warfare. Our Integrated Operational Planning, Operational Experimentation and Data Connectivity get innovation into the hands of warfighters, leading to speedier decision making.

When your decisions impact the success of the mission, get up-to-the-minute accuracy into the hands of your commanding officers.

CASE STUDY: Enterprise Developer/Designer Operational Requirement (EnDOR)

Enterprise Developer/Designer Operational Requirement (EnDOR)

The United States Air Force is fully engaged in a Digital Transformation and Kessel Run is leading the charge. To continue delivery of war-winning software, the Government requires vendors that can accurately forecast technological changes and attract cutting edge skills sets, known and unknown, to ensure the continued dominance of the Global Air Operations Centers network. Kessel Run pursued a modernization effort seeking to leverage the advantages of cloud computing, Platform as a Service (PaaS), Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), and adoption of a continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD) pipeline to rapidly get capability out to the field.

Omni continues to provide comprehensive software development support to the USAF Kessel Run software factory that began under our predecessor contract in 2019. Omni supports 18 product teams responsible for building capabilities for the Air Operations Center-Weapon System (AOC-WS) using software development and DevSecOps best practices. The AOC-WS is a C4ISR system used by the Air Force to conduct mission operations at AOCs around the world. We use Agile, Human Centered Design (HCD), and DevSecOps methodologies to rapidly deliver capabilities to the Warfighter. Through infrastructure provisioning automation, continuous ATO (cATO), fully automated CI/CD pipeline, and continuous monitoring, Omni rapidly deploys new capabilities with many teams deploying once or more per week.


In high velocity modern DevSecOps environments, software is rapidly built but the ability to deploy to production gets hindered by manual security testing processes. We understand how to accelerate the path to production through greater automation and visibility of security status.

Balance speed and security to get new capabilities deployed at the speed of the mission.  

CASE STUDY: Black Label - USAF Software Factory For Offensive Cyber Operations

Black Label – USAF Software Factory For Offensive Cyber Operations

Black Label is the software factory supporting Offensive Cyber Operations (OCO) and Information Warfare (IW) capability development and mission execution for the Air Force. Black Label is working with AFCYBER product development teams to deliver OCO/IW capabilities by delivering and supporting a DevSecOps platform with accredited and secured hardened containers built from the DoD Centralized Artifacts Repository, Iron Bank, to support AFCYBER’s ability to more rapidly field operational capabilities. Black Label required a contractor to provide highly skilled and qualified people to design, develop, and deploy Day 1 and Day 2 deployments of Black Label capabilities across multiple security classifications in cloud and on-prem environments to enhance Offensive Cyber capabilities of platforms and payloads used by cyber warfighters and improve access to all regions of cyberspace.

Omni supports the Air Force’s software factory responsible for OCO/IW capability development and mission execution. Omni’s Day 1 support includes initial deployment of the software factory for Black Label customers for cloud and on-prem deployments. For Day 2 support, Omni provides additional capability to the software factory after initial deployment and continuously monitors all current systems. By automating infrastructure and configuration management in software delivery pipeline tasks, we are improving platform maintenance efficiency, enforcing configuration and release management best practices, and adhering to security and code quality policies to align more closely with various team requirements.

Business Systems / Training

Government employees can be innovation force multipliers. With the right training, they spend more time and energy on the agency’s missions, realizing greater job satisfaction. We help you digitally transform employees’ experience through process automation, training, and upskilling.

Build upon and sustain your investments in digital transformation.

CASE STUDY: Digital University

Digital University

The Secretary of the Air Force/Chief Information Officer (SAF/CIO), Business and Enterprise Directorate (BES), and Business and Enterprise Systems Product Innovation (BESPIN) identified a national defense-related mission need for a Digital University Platform to intensify the evolution of digital literacy among Airmen and Guardians. The focus of Digital University (Digital U) – part of the “Digital Air Force” initiative – is to enable Airmen and Guardians to train remotely via industry-leading curricula to learn skills associated with a new way of fighting wars.

In under a year and in close collaboration with the SAF/CIO, BES, and BESPIN, Omni Federal developed Digital U as part of a SBIR Phase II effort and launched the platform to the Air Force, democratizing digital learning and skills across the department. The Minimum Viable Product (MVP) was equipped with easy-to-access sign-in, user-friendly registration, an interactive dashboard, and tailored learning path pages. Omni Federal and BESPIN continue to advance Digital U’s platform with value-added tools and capabilities that enhance the user’s experience. Allowing single sign on procedures using a Common Access Card has enabled seamless access to the platform and multiple courses from providers like Pluralsight and Data Camp and has simplified operations. In addition, as prototype level gamification concepts started to be integrated, the online user experience became fun and competitive. The successful Digital U platform launch, and its technical enhancements have attracted multiple organizations and leaders to request access to Digital U.

Through the Digital University SBIR Phase III IDIQ contract, Omni continues to provide the needed capabilities to support Airmen and Guardian training, including Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning (AI/ML) curriculum expansion as well as maintenance and operation of the Digital U Platform where AI/ML is considered.  As part of this effort, Omni is also developing Archimedes,  an AI/ML sandbox that enables users to apply AI/ML skills learned through Digital U curriculum in a hands-on learning environment.  We are creating sample data and use cases and integrating AI/ML tools for qualified learners to practice AI/ML with real military data sets in a secure, safe environment.


As the battle for strategic advantage in space ramps up, the software and systems supporting space assets require a new level of connectivity and agility. We help you modernize critical space operations and improve command and control, so you can meet the tomorrow’s demands for dominance in space. 

Delivering strategic advantage for our country’s space teams.

CASE STUDY: Space Force Future Operationally Resilient Ground Evolution System (FORGE) Command and Control (FC2) Project

Space Force Future Operationally Resilient Ground Evolution System (FORGE) Command and Control (FC2) Project

Space Force’s Space Systems Command / Space Sensing Directorate (SSC/SN) has a mission critical need to transition existing Command and Control (C2) capabilities and Next Generation assets to an enterprise-wide ground baseline; an approach which will significantly lower Operations & Sustainment (O&S) costs.

Omni is designing, developing, integrating, and testing a Future Operationally Resilient Ground Evolution System (FORGE) C2 prototype solution to provide the foundation for an operational system to command and control Next Generation Overhead Persistent Infrared (OPIR) assets. We are creating and implementing CI/CD deployments to cloud and Platform as a Service (PaaS) environments, as well as shared common services. Omni’s team is integrating the Army’s Code Resource and Transformation Environment (CReATE) with external enterprise common shared services and continually operating, maintaining, and enhancing CReATE and DevSecOps pipelines. We support application development teams in secure releases through CI/CD pipelines and rapid incremental capability delivery.

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