DC-based Dcode awarded five-year AFWERX contract to provide “innovation-related educational and advisory services” 

Washington, DC-based technology accelerator Dcode has won a five-year contract with the Air Force’s technology accelerator, AFWERX, to provide “innovation-related educational and advisory services.”

The blanket purchase agreement award, which allows the agency to access services repeatedly as needed through the life of the contract, calls upon Dcode to provide “acquisition strategy, tech outreach and tech integration support,” and allows any organization within the Department of Defense (DoD) to also access those services.

A Dcode spokesperson said the initial contract ceiling is $1.9 million, but could be modified to meet the DoD’s demand for services. Last year, Dcode launched a new capital investment program, Dcode Capital, to help fund vetted technology companies looking to sell to the federal government.

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