GINIA aims to develop the next generation of disruptive technology for our nation’s safety and security.
We offer a variety of innovative solutions capabilities support results contributions to our clients.
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GINIA offers a novel method of delivering state-of-the-art technical solutions to address government’s most complex problems.Learn More
GINIA explores new concepts and ideas to create cutting-edge technology by working with our partners/industry experts.
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GINIA provides a unique opportunity for partners/SME’s to contribute their knowledge and expertise to solve complex government challenges.Learn More
GINIA as a Platform
As a platform, GINIA brings together research partners, government clients, and investors. We identify government’s complex problems, determine the criteria/requirements, and collaborate with our partners to deliver innovative solutions.
GINIA for Government
Our innovative business model integrates six different facets. We pull upon our large network of partners to find world class experts, connect them with cleared subject matter experts and utilize best practices from sectors such as Silicon Valley and open source communities for optimal value in government R&D.
GINIA as a Platform
World Class Experts
Best Business Practices
Large Network of Partners
GINIA has been supporting Commercial and Government agencies since 2002. With a strong foundation in both the technical and management side of Information Technology, GINIA supports the organization, management, and analysis of secure information.
Some of our capabilities include:
Who We Are
Meet GINIA’s leadership and partners who are driving innovation and technology forward.
Hakjae Kim, Ph.D
Chief Technology Officer (CTO)
Richard Linares, Ph.D
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) -Charles Stark Draper Assistant Professor, Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics
Warren Dixon, Ph.D.
University of Florida – Newton C. Ebaugh Professor
Rongjun Qin, Ph.D
Ohio State University – Assistant Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering