Decision Lens selected by OSD Office of Innovation and Modernization

On December 20, Arlington, VA-based Decision Lens announced that it has been selected by the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD) Office of Innovation and Modernization to transform the current manual intake and prioritization of over 350 projects into an integrated, streamlined process.

According to Jonathan Allen, executive vice president at Decision Lens, “The Office of Innovation and Modernization came to Decision Lens grappling with an issue we see often across the government – manual processes hampering a department’s ability to meet their mission. Leadership realized the tools they have historically relied on were not fit for the integrated planning and prioritization the organization needed and were seeking a better solution. I’m excited we get to be a part of the organization’s transformation.”

Decision Lens is being used to develop an ongoing, automated project submissions to small businesses, validate data, manage the submission and prioritization process, and ultimately run scenarios to ensure funding is aligned with the mission and ever-changing economic conditions.

Making better, faster decisions is becoming imperative across the Department of Defense. Consumer-off-the-shelf software like Decision Lens delivers on this requirement with purpose-built capabilities such as an intake engine to eliminate manual tasks, a data framework built on decision science, and what-if planning to analyze thousands of scenarios delivers on this requirement.

Source: Decision Lens

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