TextOre Analyst Briefs DLI Students
TextOre, Inc. Defense Analyst Peter Wood gave presentations in June and January of this year to groups of students at the Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center (DLIFLC) in Monterey, California. Mr. Wood provided background on the Chinese political system and the People's Liberation Army.
DLIFLC is DoD’s premier school for culturally based foreign language education and training, with classroom instruction, mobile training teams, and online materials tailored for students at all levels of required proficiency or performance. The institute is attended by all four branches of the military service and select individuals sponsored by their agencies.
August 16, 2019
Publication of “China’s Aviation Industry: Lumbering Forward”
TextOre, Inc. is pleased to announce the publication of “China’s Aviation Industry: Lumbering Forward” by the Air Education and Training Command (AETC) / Air University (AU) / China Aerospace Studies Institute (CASI). CASI’s mission is to advance understanding of the capabilities, development, operating concepts, strategy, doctrine, personnel, organization, and limitations of China's aerospace forces. TextOre would like to thank CASI’s leadership for their ongoing guidance and support during the preparation of this study.
August 5, 2019
TextOre Wins Position on SIA 3 Team
TextOre, Inc. wins a position on the coveted Solutions for Intelligence Analysis (SIA) 3 IDIQ. As a follow-on from the current SIA 2 contract, SIA 3 is a non-personal services contract for Intelligence Analytical Support to DIA and the Defense Intelligence Enterprise (DIE). The period of performance (PoP) for the multiple award Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract will be a five (5) year base ordering period with five (5) optional one (1) year ordering periods. Supporting task orders may have up to a one (1) year base period and up to four (4) option periods (no option period will exceed one (1) year in duration).
July 27, 2019
TextOre and Zignal Form Strategic Partnership
TextOre, Inc. recently formed a strategic partnership with Zignal Labs, Inc. (https://zignallabs.com/) after years of working closely together on various engagements. Said TextOre’s COO, Pat Little, “This union was a very natural fit for both companies, as we rely heavily on Zignal’s big data analytics platform to provide social, traditional (print and digital), broadcast, social video and other online media. Conversely, Zignal is able to seamlessly leverage TextOre’s deep subject matter expertise to provide context in a sea of data for senior leadership and other decision-makers.” Both organizations see tremendous value in the partnership and recognize that the sum is truly greater than its parts. Now customers have a “one-stop shop” to assess the scope of an online conversation, identify synthetic (bot-driven) narrative amplification, track disinformation campaigns, and enhance their situational awareness of the information environment.
July 23, 2019
Patrick H. Little Joins TextOre as COO
TextOre, Inc. welcomes Patrick H. Little as their new Chief Operating Officer. Little brings with him over 30 years of government consulting experience and expertise. “I joined TextOre in September 2018 based on a shared vision with the CEO, Dr. Robert Stewart. That vision includes growing TextOre to become the premier provider of open-source intelligence products and services in both the public and private sectors. As COO, my role is to ensure that TextOre staff have the right resources to add value and deliver impact to the customer. I am thrilled to join a world-class team of language-enabled subject matter experts (SMEs) who collectively “fight above their weight”. TextOre’s diverse client base, outstanding past performance, and consistently high customer satisfaction are unique in the industry, and I’m delighted to be a part of their journey.” said Little.
October 1, 2018
TextOre Analyst Quoted in The Atlantic
TextOre Defense Analyst Peter Wood was recently interviewed for an article published by The Atlantic regarding China's United Front Work Department. Read the article here.
March 30, 2018