Digital Engineering

Thought Leaders in Digital Engineering

As a recognized leader in Digital Engineering (DE), LinQuest delivers the technical capability, innovation, agility, and operational expertise to accelerate our Nation’s competitive advantage in space. From concept to capability, LinQuest architects integrated end-to-end solutions, enabling Digital Dominance for a Digital Space Force.

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Our Integrated Digital Approach to Life Cycle Management

Improves Efficiency and Mission Effectiveness, Reduces Risk and Cost

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Innovative Solutions

The LinQuest DE Ecosystem produces innovative solutions by applying our people, our methods,
and our tools.

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We attract, develop, and retain industry-leading technical talent. Our team has an average of 20+ years of experience, and 80% hold advanced degrees, while 70% of our workforce hold TS clearances or above.

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Our DE methods are deeply rooted in our SE&I heritage and underpinned by robust CMMI Level 3 processes. Key methodologies we employ are solutions planning and stakeholder integration.

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Our software development teams have a strong and proven track record of developing custom solutions at all levels of the MS&A pyramid.
We are also adept at tools integration, using microservice architectures, OpenAPI, and other techniques to unlock the power of the digital thread.

Delivering Digital Engineering

A complex communications network.
LinQuest is the lead modeler on two of the three Air Force Digital Campaign exemplars (SSC PTES and Eglin Weapons Digital Enterprise)
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The SSC Chief SoSE declared the LinQuest developed-SSC Portfolio Architecture (SPA) model an authoritative source of truth for the entire $127B space and ground SSC portfolio
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LinQuest models directly contributed to 6.5 years of acquisition savings as part of the DoD Century Challenge