|U.S. Department of Education
||$183,000 over 18 months
to improve the security preparednes of Moline public and private schools. Partners
include the Illinois Emergency Management Agency (IEMA) Region 2,
Moline police and fire departments, the Moline City Administrator,
the Rock Island County Public Health, Trinity Medical Center, the Regional Office of Education,
MetroLINK, Precedence, Inc., the Red Cross, and Rock Island County ESDA.
|Illinos State Board of Education
||$750,000 over 3 years
to improve secondary Science and Math instruction in the region. Partners
include Unit 4 School District in Champaign, Education for Employment System #330,
University of Illinois, U.S. Army Construction Engineering Research Laboratory,
Parkland College, and Educational Dividends.
Force Research Lab
SAIC, open contract vehicle with $4,000,000 ceiling
to perform analysis, design, software development, and
integration for the DIVAS program.
Defense Agency (formerly Ballistic Missile Defense Organization)
to extend trusted operating system security features
into processing traffic in the network stack (SBIR Phase
of Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity
$200,000 to design an architecture for trusted communications
among computers in a security enclave.
$700,000 to develop knowledge base architectures to
support artificial intelligent coaches (SBIR Phase I
$700,000 to develop a web-based, virtual reality interface
to train tactical skills and operations (SBIR Phase
I and II).
$600,000 to build a private school in Champaign, IL
and equipment to support development of an artificial
intelligent coach to teach a chemistry topic (Lewis
Dot structures) and to research optimal levels of coach
to support music, accompanist and other expenses for
the New Ark Chorale
and in-kind support for deployment of computer-based
education in K-12 schools, including institutes, seminars,
newsletters, a software demonstration laboratory, and
$100,000 to support Summer Institutes in developing