BESPIN and Space Force Team Up to Develop Service-Wide App

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  • By Briana Wilson

MAXWELL AFB-GUNTER ANNEX-Ala. -- The Business and Enterprise Systems Product Innovation (BESPIN) team is excited to announce the launch of the first official U.S. Space Force (USSF) Guardian One app, a mobile application created in partnership with the Space Force for use by Guardians.

Developed through a joint effort between BESPIN’s Mission Delivery as a Service team and Space Force Supra Coders, USSF Guardian One is the Space Force’s inaugural service-wide mobile application.

“BESPIN was perfectly postured to provide mobile development, security, and operations (DevSecOps) capabilities for the design, development, and deployment of Guardian One,” said Lt. Col. Tyler Hough, BESPIN’s Chief Operating Officer. “The speed of delivery from requirement scoping to production was a seamless process, delivering a secure, consumable product. This opportunity to partner with the USSF to develop the Guardian One application was an honor, and we look forward to many more opportunities to deliver web and mobile applications for our joint partner.”

The application provides information regarding mission duty, links to social media, and news to help Guardians stay up to date on happenings throughout the Space Force.

BESPIN Program Manager, Capt. Cory Phillips added that the joint venture showcases BESPIN and the Space Force’s forward-thinking abilities with an eye for innovation and problem solving.

The Guardian One app is now available for Apple and Android devices and can be found in application stores for download. BESPIN will continue to lead updates for the application and enhance features in the future.

BESPIN is an Air Force software factory, building technology solutions that meet Airmen where they are - anywhere, anytime, and for any mission. Experts in DevSecOps, BESPIN delivers applications to Cloud One under our continuous authorization to operate.

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