NSIN Outlines FY22 Successes

February 14, 2023

DOD’s National Security Innovation Network made big strides in fiscal year 2022, according to its “NSIN Year in Review” report.

“During FY22 NSIN… helped solve problems to make the world better, safer and stronger,” NSIN Managing Director Cheryl Ingstad writes in the report.

The report outlines dozens of projects, partnerships, case studies and program updates from across the country, along with a preview of NSIN’s work in the current fiscal year.

“The experiment to change the way the Department of Defense solves problems with our founding in 2016 has matured into a truly nationwide network of mission partners, startups, academia, large and small businesses, and nonprofits that are collaborating with us,” the report says.

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February 14, 2023

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