October 2021

SANCORP contributes to the insider threat community through research.  The Intelligence and National Security Alliance (INSA) published a white paper today entitled “The Need for Transparency on Insider Threats: Improving Information Sharing Between Government and Industry” to which SANCORP contributed its expertise.  The paper makes four key recommendations that would lead to more effective monitoring of insider threats:

  • Clarify what information can be shared under the law.

  • Issue clear policy guidance directing maximum transparency.

  • Pass section 502 of the senate’s fy2022 intelligence authorization bill [s. 2610].

  • Streamline information-sharing procedures.


The complete report is available HERE.

April 2021

The Air Force District of Washington awarded Sancorp Consulting, LLC a 5-year $100m blanket purchase agreement (BPA) to provide services such as Software Development, Machine Learning, Cognitive and Systems Engineering, Operations Research, and User Experience Design to the DoD Joint Artificial Intelligence Center (JAIC) and other DoD agencies and military services. Sancorp was also immediately awarded a task-order under the BPA.


Sancorp has supported the DoD JAIC with engineering and technical services in the areas of artificial intelligence, machine learning, infrastructure engineering, product management, technical project management, and software development.


“We are proud and honored to have the trust and confidence of the JAIC. We look forward to leveraging our team of skilled scientist and business practitioners to support the warfighter with artificial intelligence and machine learning solutions,” said Frank Sanchez, President/Owner.

March 2021

SANCORP Joins the Intelligence and National Security Alliance (INSA). INSA is a nonpartisan, nonprofit trade association for driving public-private partnerships to advance intelligence and national security priorities with more than 150 industry corporate partners and hundreds of individuals. Team SANCORP is participating in various groups including the Insider Threat Subcommittee.