, global leader in C-UAS AI-enabled solutions, announced that it was selected as a finalist for the 14th Annual Small and Emerging Contractors Advisory Forum (SECAF) Awards. The event honours small and emerging government contractors and the players in the industry that rely on these businesses.

DroneShield is a finalist for the Government Contractor of the Year Award, recognising companies that have shown a compelling and profound commitment to excellence in financial performance.

DroneShield CEO Oleg Vornik, commented, “We are pleased with the growing adoption of our C-UAS solutions across a range of US Government agencies, across body-worn, vehicle and fixed site solutions, as the unmanned threats continue to grow.”

“The SECAF Awards give us an opportunity to highlight the small and emerging contractors that are succeeding in our market; along with the people, in and out of government, that are driving our market to success,” said Mitchell Ross, Principal at Acquisition and Management, LLC, and Chair of the SECAF Board of Directors. “DroneShield exemplifies the successful journey that can result from a commitment to serving the public sector market.”

The 14th Annual SECAF Awards Gala is the premier commemorative event honouring the small and emerging government contractors and the players in the ecosystem that rely on small business. The event will be held at the Awards Gala on 5 May.

For more than 20 years, the Small and Emerging Contractors Advisory Forum (SECAF) has empowered government contractors to scale and succeed.  SECAF is comprised of the senior leaders from active government contractors and established service providers. Members have access to the connections, events, education, tools and resources needed to stay on top of industry trends, win government contracts, and experience exponential growth.

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