DAYTON, OHIO. – Radiance Technologies (Radiance) was recently awarded a $1.7M Architecture Evolution Development task order under the Advanced Technical Exploitation Program II (ATEP II) contract. The objective of this task order is to develop new capabilities to evolve the Overhead Persistent Infrared (OPIR) architecture through the development and refinement of a Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) to support the National Air & Space Intelligence Center’s (NASIC) Persistent Infrared Analysis Squadron (NASIC/GSP).

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The Radiance team will grow and mature the PaaS for use in the OPIR future architecture. Specific goals of this effort include evaluating new tools and technologies for the PaaS layer, establishing integration and build environments to test software components as well as monitoring and configuring PaaS and other hosted capabilities. Additional objectives include improving the security aspects of PaaS, using public key infrastructure and similar technologies as well, standardizing processes, standards and patterns.

“We are excited to support our NASIC/GSP customer as they transition to the future OPIR Architecture. By incorporating enterprise level technologies, the Radiance team is helping NASIC achieve an important milestone, enabling the development of new applications delivered over the web on demand,” said Rita Hill, Vice President, Technical Intelligence Group.

Radiance Technologies is an employee-owned small business with 12 corporate facilities and 15 project offices across 14 states and Afghanistan serving the Department of Defense, NASA, and national intelligence agencies. From concepts to capabilities, Radiance leads the way in developing customer-focused solutions in the areas of full-spectrum cyber, systems engineering, prototyping and integration as well as operational and strategic intelligence including scientific and technical intelligence. More information can be found at