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Case Study: Global Security Challenge

Supporting Security Innovation in the 21st Century

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Finding the next generation of security solutions is a complex task. Governments are more accustomed to dealing with large corporations, but innovative products often originate from startups and SMEs. These small companies struggle to reach the right government contacts, who can be wary of working with new companies with no track record.

Why Challenge Driven Innovation?

Inside, you’ll find:

  • A quick snapshot of the Innovation Challenge run by the US Department of Defense, the Technical Support Working Group (TSWG) using InnoCentive’s Challenge Driven Innovation framework
  • The Challenge: finding and investing in high-risk, high-reward security innovations
  • Details of the solutions submitted by Solvers and the winning solution
  • The results: how the US Department of Defense, the Technical Support Working Group (TSWG) benefited from crowdsourcing their innovation efforts

Who Should Read This eBook?

If you’re a senior leader with managerial oversight or influence over your organization’s innovation initiatives or R&D function, this guide will provide you with fresh, new ideas and methods for tackling complex business problems and innovation challenges.

“Competitions like this are vitally important to addressing issues like crime and terror which rely so heavily on innovation. Instead of putting money into specific areas of research, it invites companies to offer solutions to problems and fund the best ones – a very effective use of funding in a changing area like this.”

John Morgan, Deputy Director of Science & Technology, TSWG

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