What We Do

We recruit, organize, and manage teams of large and small businesses, academic institutions, and nonprofit organizations to conduct research and develop new technologies for our federal clients. We don’t bring you our solution; we bring you the best solution.

ATI By the numbers
  • 20 +

    years in collaboration management

  • $ 16 B

    combined contract value

  • 20 +

    federally funded R&D collaborations

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

CURRENT COLLABORATIONS

American Metalcasting Consortium (AMC)

AMC supports the Defense Logistics Agency with new metalcasting technology and processes to ensure warfighter readiness.

Aviation and Missile Technology Consortium (AMTC)®

AMTC develops innovative aviation and missile technologies.

Border Security Technology Consortium (BSTC)

BSTC executes R&D prototyping/piloting initiatives to meet border security requirements.

Center for Naval Metalworking (CNM)

CNM develops metalworking technologies to reduce the cost and time to build and repair U.S. Navy ships and weapons.

Composites Manufacturing Technology Center (CMTC)

CMTC serves as a technology resource to the Office of Naval Research under the Navy Manufacturing Technology Program (ManTech).

Consortium for Execution of Rendezvous and Servicing Operations (CONFERS)

CONFERS develops and publishes non-binding, consensus-derived, standards for satellite operations.

Countering Weapons of Mass Destruction (CWMD)

CWMD engages industry and academia to develop and prototype mature technologies to counter weapons of mass destruction.

DoD Forging Consortium (FDMC)

FDMC connects stakeholders of the forging supply chain to address technical and enterprise challenges through collaborative research.

Information Warfare Research Program (IWRP)

IWRP develops and matures technologies in the field of information warfare.

Medical CBRN Defense Consortium (MCDC)®

MCDC develops prototypes to prevent, diagnose and treat illnesses caused by chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear agents.

Medical Technology Enterprise Consortium (MTEC)®

MTEC is a team of medical researchers determined to rebuild functionality, and make the wounded whole again.

National Armaments Consortium (NAC)®

NAC develops prototype armaments solutions to give the U.S. a technological edge over our adversaries.

National Shipbuilding Research Program (NSRP)

NSRP develops technologies that reduce the total ownership cost of ships for the U.S. Navy and the commercial sector.

National Spectrum Consortium (NSC)®

NSC develops and demonstrates technologies to broaden the military and commercial access to and use of the electromagnetic spectrum.

Naval Shipbuilding and Advanced Manufacturing Center (NSAM)

NSAM drives platform improvements to reduce the cost and time required to build and repair U.S. Navy ships.

Space Enterprise Consortium (SpEC)®

SpEC provides rapid acquisition of critical space-related technologies from both large and small traditional and nontraditional contractors.

Undersea Technology Innovation Consortium (UTIC)®

UTIC rapidly develops, prototypes, and commercializes innovative undersea and maritime technology.

Vertical Lift Consortium (VLC)

VLC develops and transitions innovative aviation technologies to rapidly and affordably meet warfighter needs.
UPCOMING EVENT

ATI Hosting OTA 101 Webinar

There’s a lot of buzz around OTAs these days. OTAs are legally binding agreements that, when utilized in a research consortium, invite creative partnerships and collaboration between industry, academia, and government. Join us for our next OTA 101 webinar!

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