Trust Stamp President Andrew Gowasack joined Steve Darling from Proactive to unveil a significant development in the company's journey. Trust Stamp has officially entered into a Teaming Agreement with ManTech, marking a pivotal step towards the integration of Trust Stamp's cutting-edge AI-Powered, Privacy-First identity authentication technologies into ManTech's extensive portfolio, particularly enhancing ManTech programs like Zero Trust.
Gowasack elaborated during the interview that this strategic alliance between Trust Stamp and ManTech had its roots in the Georgia Institute of Technology's, Advanced Technology Development Center (ATDC), a partner of ManTech. Trust Stamp's notable graduation from ATDC as a Signature Portfolio company highlights the transformative potential of their technology. It's a recognition of their ability to facilitate fully-trusted connections across companies, coaches, capital, and customers.
ManTech, renowned for its track record of successful government engagements and its capacity to deliver cutting-edge analytics, is poised to synergize effectively with Trust Stamp's technology. Together, they aim to offer a premier trust and identity solution tailored to the specific needs of government customers.
This Teaming Agreement symbolizes a fusion of innovative capabilities and domain expertise, a union that holds the promise of revolutionizing identity authentication and trust-building in the government sector.
Trust Stamp and ManTech are set to empower organizations with robust tools to navigate the complex landscape of modern data security and privacy, aligning with the principles of Zero Trust. This collaboration is poised to make a profound impact on the world of technology and government services.
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