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Proud sponsor of the inaugural NAVWAR Contracting Industry Council, Quarterly Business Opportunity Brief (QBOB) in San Diego, CA

TITANIUM COBRA Solutions is a proud sponsor of the inaugural NAVWAR Contracting Industry Council, Quarterly Business Opportunity Brief (QBOB) in San Diego, CA on Tuesday, July 9th. The QBOB was established to facilitate the exchange of ideas to refine processes, increase efficiencies, and improve acquisition productivity in support of NAVWAR’s mission to deliver comprehensive information warfare capabilities from seabed to space.


TITANIUM COBRA is a Service-Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) commissioned in 2010, bringing deep experience supporting NAVWAR in the acquisition and integration of C5I systems for PEO C4I, PEO Digital, and PEO MLB. TITANIUM COBRA team members include industry recognized experts; delivering network hardening and integration solutions, testing Systems of Systems interoperability; administering effective cost, schedule and performance strategies, detecting network vulnerabilities, scalable Model Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) designs, and achieving full compliance within Risk Management Frameworks (RMF) constraints. Our agile philosophy enhances our client’s ability to scale operations, while reducing the Total Ownership Costs of the systems necessary to complete the mission.


TITANIUM COBRA is also the prime contractor for both PEO C4I Program Offices, PMW750 and PMW760 under the Professional Support Services (PSS) task order and has successfully delivered more than a decade of continuous support to PMW 750, PEO Digital, NIWC PAC, NIWC LANT and PEO EIS PSS programs.


We’ are looking forward to this event and future QBOB events, while connecting with NAVWAR, PEO and other industry leaders to learn about emerging business opportunities and explore new opportunities for collaboration. We believe this series of collaborative events is an excellent platform to engage with peers and discover new ways to drive growth and innovation into the defense industry. We hope to see you there.



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