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Palantir awarded $463M USSOCOM technology solutions contract

Palantir has obtained a contract from the US Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) to deliver technology solutions to support enterprise capabilities. The multi-year contract is valued at up to $463 million.

Palantir helps USSOCOM to parse the petabytes of data emanating from today’s environments and enables decision-making, says the company.

[Image courtesy: USSOCOM]

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