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Doing Business with Safran Federal Systems

Serving U.S. Government agencies, U.S. Defense organizations, and their contractors

Company Contracting Information

Orolia Defense & Security, LLC
320 N Goodman St, Ste 101
Rochester, NY 14607-1185


Office: (585) 250-1545
Fax: (585) 682-8761


CAGE Code: 81R74
DUNS: 081081640


Primary NAICS Code: 541715 - Research and Development in the Physical, Engineering, and Life Sciences (except Nanotechnology and Biotechnology)


Additional NAICS Codes: 334111, 334118, 334220, 334290, 334419, 334511, 334515, 334519, 541330

Orolia Government Systems, Inc.
320 N Goodman St, Ste 101
Rochester, NY 14607-1185


Office: (585) 250-1545
Fax: (585) 682-8761


CAGE Code: 826V3
DUNS: 081076087


Primary NAICS Code: 541715 - Research and Development in the Physical, Engineering, and Life Sciences (except Nanotechnology and Biotechnology)


Additional NAICS Codes: 334111, 334118, 334220, 334290, 334419, 334511, 334515, 334519

Talen-X, Inc.
1610 SW Main St, Ste 202
Ankeny, IA 50023


Office: (585) 250-1545
Fax: (585) 682-8761


CAGE Code: 7NK54
DUNS: 080258032


Primary NAICS Code: 334511 - Search, Detection, Navigation, Guidance, Aeronautical, and Nautical System and Instrument Manufacturing


Additional NAICS Codes: 334118, 334220, 541330

ISO-9001:2015 Certified by NQA


Orolia Defense & Security is committed to upholding compliance and process standards that assure quality, confidence, and trust in our products. To demonstrate this, Orolia Government Systems, Inc. has been ISO-9001:2015 certified by National Quality Assurance, U.S.A., an ANAB accredited organization, as a service provider of Position, Navigation and Timing (PNT) solutions for public safety, aerospace/defense, and commercial critical infrastructure.


Code of Ethics


Corporate responsibility and ethical behavior are critical to the success of our business. As we continue to grow and expand, conducting ourselves ethically and with integrity is at the core of our actions and decisions. Our Code of Ethics embodies and reinforces our commitment to integrity, explains our policies and provides guidelines for conducting business throughout the world. Each one of us is expected to know and understand the Code of Ethics and to abide by its principles.

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Consortium Memberships

Technology and Industry Consortiums


Orolia Defense & Security holds membership with and participates in multiple consortiums that help to foster collaboration and leverage expertise from the community in order to advance technology, support industry sustainability and growth, and ultimately to protect and assert our warfighters position.

Consortium Management Group | C5 | Safran Federal Systems

C5 is a consortium composed of leading companies and institutions in the C4ISR and cyber technology sectors. C5 accelerates the development and deployment of new capabilities to the Warfighter through the use of Other Transaction Authority. C5 gives members an innovative and commonsense acquisition mechanism for development of new technologies and products to meet government customer requirements.

The National Armaments Consortium (NAC) | Safran Federal Systems

The NAC is a consortium of over 850 companies and academic institutions brought together to enhance warfighter capability,  lethality and survivability by leveraging the nation’s industrial and academia research, development, and acquisition base to advance and expand U.S. military technological superiority. The NAC is the preeminent collaboration organization that enables Government, Industry, and Academia to deliver rapid Armaments innovation for the Nation’s security.

AMTC is a team of industry leaders and innovative small companies collaborating to rapidly develop and mature guided missile and aviation technologies to enhance our national security.

Aviation & Missile Technology Consortium (AMTC) | Safran Federal Systems
Department of Defense Ordnance Technology Consortium (DOTC) | Safran Federal Systems

The DOTC integrates the DoD Ordnance community to work collaboratively in RDT&E of prototype solutions to advance and transition ordnance systems, subsystems and component technologies. Their mission is to enhance our Warfighter’s lethality, survivability and combat effectiveness by facilitating the industrial and academic R&D and technology demonstrations needed to advance and expand our military technological superiority.

Vertical Lift Consortium (VLC) | Safran Federal Systems

The VLC is a collaboration of traditional and nontraditional government contractors, small and large businesses, for-profit and not for-profit entities, academic organizations, and their affiliated organizations to work collaboratively with the U.S. Government to develop and transition innovative vertical lift technologies to rapidly and affordably meet warfighter needs.

Naval Aviation Systems Consortium (NASC) | Safran Federal Systems

The NASC is an agile, collaborative and enduring enterprise with world­-class capabilities that will provide the Navy with broad reach, robust competition and a comprehensive range of technology solutions. Through its unique structure, consortium members will be able to work with the Government to identify opportunities, target their technology offerings, expand into new markets and grow their businesses.

Sensor Open Systems Architecture (SOSA) | Safran Federal Systems

SOSA enables government and industry to collaboratively develop open standards and best practices to enable, enhance and accelerate the deployment of affordable, capable, interoperable sensor systems. SOSA is creating open system reference architectures applicable to military and commercial sensor systems and a business model that balances stakeholder interests. The architectures employ modular design and use widely supported, consensus-based, nonproprietary standards for key interfaces.

National Spectrum Consortium (NSC) | Safran Federal Systems

The NSC builds bridges between key stakeholder groups – government and industry; industry stalwarts and startups; and civilian and military suppliers and users – to deliver two essential outcomes: 1) breakthroughs in spectrum- and spectrum-dependent capabilities; and 2) policy and regulatory insights to enhance, inform and sustain U.S. technical leadership.

Naval Surface Technology Innovation Consortiu (NSTIC) | Safran Federal Systems

The NSTIC is comprised of small and large businesses, academic institutions, and nonprofits collaborating to improve naval capabilities and deliver innovative solutions across a wide array of technology areas that address current and future threats in the surface and maritime environment.


SpEC was created to bridge the cultural gap between military buyers and commercial space startups and small businesses, with the mission to minimize barriers to entry, promote integrated research and prototyping efficiencies and leverage partnerships to increase flexibility and agility, reduce cost, improve technology and decrease program development cycles.

VULCAN (A CYLITIX Platform) | Safran Federal Systems

Vulcan Technology Domain Awareness is a technology scouting platform used by diverse communities of practice to accelerate the delivery of innovative solutions to emerging challenges, through a connected ecosystem built to expand discovery, enhance collaboration with 550+ participating defense organizations and 15,000+ tech organizations.


The Manufacturing, Capability Expansion, and Investment Prioritization Directorate (MCEIP) established an Other Transaction Agreement (OTA) to enable rapid research, access to commercial solutions for defense requirements, and innovations from industry, academia, and non-traditional contractors. DIBC members focus on identifying, developing, and testing cutting-edge capabilities at the speed of innovation.


TReX II offers federally funded research and business opportunities for large and small companies and academia, especially small and emerging companies that have not traditionally worked with the Government in the past. TReX II members focus on identifying, developing, and testing modeling, simulation, and training capabilities at the speed of innovation.

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