To improve the government’s connection to the entrepreneurial innovation ecosystem, and leverage the accelerating pace of investment in dual-use technology, you need:
• Deep and trusted networks • Connections to relevant government programs • Specialized skills for aligning commercial innovation to government needs We support startups and SBIR awardees from initial ideas to scale through unique accelerator programs.
Engage the next generation of talent every semester
Through programs like H4D®, we connect the brightest students to real world problems, expanding the network of talent working towards the public good.
We partner with more than 60 universities and government agencies in three countries (US, UK, and Australia), and the Common Mission Project, to teach students innovation methods while they solve mission critical problems.
These programs have already created over 50 dual-use companies.
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From a military perspective, BMNT is the moment in time when, in good conditions, enough light is available to conduct high impact operations. We draw inspiration from this to create the conditions that quickly lead to meaningful results for those you serve.
What contract vehicles is BMNT on?
We are a prime or subcontractor on the GSA Schedule and flexible IDIQs and OTAs. We can accommodate task orders, purchase orders, R&D and O&M funds, and we can execute contracts in two weeks to two months.
We are also a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB).
Does BMNT do pilot projects?
Yes. We reserve capacity for 2-3 pilot projects each year so organizations can test our capabilities.
You can also engage with our methods by sponsoring a problem in one of our academic programs.
What is the Innovation Pipeline® and H4X®?
The Innovation Pipeline® is an end-to-end framework for teams to select and advance the right opportunities through discovery and experimentation. It clarifies how and why specific methods and tools can be useful for government teams at scale, whether you are using agile development, design thinking, change management, Scrum, and more.
Hacking for X® (H4X®) is our problem-centric approach for making rapid progress through transition points. It was designed for government program managers to connect activities from the invention of an idea to the adoption of a new capability.
Both are in use at diverse organizations like the Office of Naval Research, Advanced Research Project Agency for Health (ARPA-H), Defense Logistics Agency, Transportation Security Administration, Defense Intelligence Agency, Army Rapid Capabilities and Critical Technologies Office, and more.