Blackbird Technologies, Inc. is a technology solutions provider whose mission is to solve challenging problems for customers in the Defense, Intelligence, and Law Enforcement Communities. We apply our technical expertise, innovation, and operational experience to meet our customers' unique and complex challenges.
Blackbird's core competencies are:
Tagging, tracking, and locating expertise, including experience with technical systems that provide a clear picture of operational assets and targets
Customized hardware and software development combined with quick-reaction, rapid-prototyping capabilities
Specialized communications, including devices and networks that are global, secure, and reliable-even in hostile environments
Information security solutions, including offensive and defensive capabilities that keep systems protected and data safe
Blackbird's engineers, scientists, researchers, and analysts develop practical, field-ready solutions designed to address the toughest issues facing our customers. We successfully meld science with robust and reliable communications technology; fuse data and create multi-level data dissemination systems; and develop specialized networks that meet stringent requirements for reliability, security, and attribution.
Incorporated in 1997, Blackbird is headquartered in Herndon, VA, with branch offices in five locations nationwide.
The majority of our staff hold high-level clearances and handle the most sensitive government and commercial matters. Many employees have years of operational experience in foreign denied areas, working alone or as part of a team, and can deploy domestically or overseas on short notice. Blackbird maintains teaming and collaboration agreements with major industry partners.
Every day, Blackbird employees apply their expertise to develop tools and capabilities that are critical to the successful prosecution of the Overseas Contingency Operations; to the information technology needs of the Intelligence, Defense, and Law Enforcement Communities; and to similar challenges in the private sector. – less – More from ZoomInfo »