How To Become A Member
The National Armaments Consortium (NAC) is comprised of traditional and non-traditional government contractors, small and large businesses, for-profit and not-for-profit entities, academic organizations, and their affiliated organizations, to conduct research and development leading to technology demonstrations in the field of armaments in cooperation with the Government’s Defense Ordnance Technology Consortium (DOTC).
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Members of the National Armaments Consortium receive many benefits, including:
- Opportunity to become active partners in the development of armaments technology requirements.
- Work closely with government program sponsors to develop research and development funding priorities.
- Direct access to government funding sponsors and technology managers as well as information regarding ongoing research and development activities, future research and development requirements and strategic visioning.
- The ability to compete for funding executed under an Section 815 for Prototypes Other Transactions Agreement.
- Outreach and networking opportunities with other industry and academia members, as well as government stakeholders.
Questions About Membership
Since its establishment, the NAC membership has grown and diversified. NAC members research and development efforts are advancing the state-of-the-art of armament technologies needed to improve weapon systems and system upgrades to support future war fighting capabilities.
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If interested in becoming a member, please contact Dolly Pelto: Dolly.Pelto@ati.org