Advanced Technology International (ATI)2024-04-08T11:14:38-04:00

WE ACCELERATE IMPACT

We bring together the best and brightest from industry and academia to solve our nation’s most complex challenges.

We help the government quickly acquire
cutting-edge technologies.

We accomplish this by building and leading innovative R&D collaborations and providing a range of services, including R&D portfolio management, contracting, financial management, event planning, and training.

For over 20 years, ATI-led teams have delivered valuable technologies and process improvements for the DoD, federal agencies, and industry.

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SOLVING OUR NATION’S CHALLENGES

BENEFITS TO GOVERNMENT

Our collaborations conduct advanced research and technology development. They bring together government and non-traditional contractors for increased innovation to solve our nation’s most pressing issues. The benefits to government are:

  • Increased collaboration
  • Increased speed
  • Better value
  • Broader exposure to industry
  • Access to emerging technologies
REDUCING BARRIERS TO ENTRY

BENEFITS TO INDUSTRY & ACADEMIA

We help non-traditional contractors – including small businesses, start-ups, and academia – get involved in government contracting. In fact, non-traditional contractors account for about 75 percent of ATI’s consortia membership, and they receive about 60 percent of awards. The government benefits by getting access to emerging technologies, and these non-traditional contractors benefit from:

  • Funding
  • Exposure
  • Networking
  • Experience
  • Future connections

Our Collaborations

Latest News

Advanced Technology International to manage Information Warfare Research Project (IWRP) 3 Consortium OTA

Advanced Technology International (ATI) has been awarded the third iteration of the Information Warfare Research Project (IWRP) Consortium Other Transaction Agreement (OTA), known as “IWRP 3,” by the Naval Information Warfare Center (NIWC) Atlantic.

Chris Van Metre to step down as ATI CEO. Board unanimously appoints John Jansen as successor.

Advanced Technology International (ATI) today announced that Chris Van Metre will step down as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and that the Board of Directors has unanimously appointed John Jansen as CEO and a member of the Board, effective July 2024.  

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