Nevada veteran-owned startup Lulius Innovation hails passage of Omnibus Appropriations ActPublic Information Officer
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Nevada veteran-owned startup Lulius Innovation hails passage of Omnibus Appropriations Act
Dec. 29, 2022 (RENO, Nev.) – Lulius Innovation applauds the entire Nevada congressional delegation on Congress’ passage of the fiscal year 2023 Omnibus Appropriations Act into law.
Thanks to the efforts of federal legislators, this legislation includes Lulius’ Aviation Status Dashboard among the select items for priority consideration in the National Guard and Reserve Equipment Account.
This designation will help the National Guard’s aviation enterprise acquire and utilize Lulius Innovation’s innovative technology to close the “automation gap” created by legacy software in use by disparate elements of our armed forces. Ultimately these new technologies will decrease Soldier workload and expand the operational capabilities of the U.S. military’s flying warfighters.
Lulius Innovation is grateful for the support of federal legislators in executing the company’s mission to integrate modern technology to all Army aviation components.
“I am grateful for the Nevada congressional delegation’s support of our efforts to modernize aviation within the National Guard, without which our small company would struggle to address this major capabilities gap within the Department of Defense,” said Rich Ferguson, founder and CTO of Lulius Innovation.
Lulius is grateful for the opportunity to serve U.S. armed forces with cutting-edge and cost-saving IT solutions for the modern aviator, learn more about the company’s exciting work at https://www.luli.us/.
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