ATI Builds and Manages R&D Collaborations

ATI helps move innovation from industry and academia to the Government, particularly the DoD.


ATI recruits, organizes, and manages teams of large and small businesses, academic institutions, and nonprofit organizations to develop new technologies for our federal clients. We don’t bring our solution; we bring the best solution for the DoD’s most urgent challenges.

A hallmark of ATI-managed collaborations is access to non-traditionals, innovative companies that have not traditionally worked with Government due to the complexity of Federal contracting. We vet these innovators, teach them how to work with the Government, and provide online and in-person forums where they can meet and partner with traditional defense contractors.

In today’s environment of increasingly sophisticated adversaries and rapid technology refresh, speed of technology acquisition is critical to the DoD. ATI’s expertise in program management and rapid contracting ensures that we deliver new technologies at the speed of mission.

Who We Are
  • Our History

    ATI: the first company formed exclusively to manage federally-funded research and development collaborations.

  • Our Leadership

    Seasoned experts guide ATI’s strategy.

  • Careers

    Looking for a career in an intellectually stimulating environment? Check out our job opportunities!

  • What We Do

    We build and lead our nation’s most innovative R&D collaborations in areas as diverse as armaments, advanced materials, shipbuilding, healthcare, and space technologies.

  • Our Collaborations

    Our collaborations generate real-world, relevant, mission-critical technologies and put them to use to achieve customer goals.

  • Board Of Directors

    Our directors are drawn from the communities and industries they serve.

  • Our Leadership

    Seasoned experts guide ATI’s strategy.



Advanced Technology International to lead the Metals Affordability Initiative

Advanced Technology International (ATI) signed a cooperative agreement to lead the Metals Affordability Initiative (MAI), a consortium sponsored by the U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory and cost-shared by industry.


AFCAT Team Contributes to Breakout Project Savings

During a ceremony at the Pentagon on June 28, Mr. Frank DiPofi, Aviation Forging & Casting Assistance Team (AFCAT) Program Manager, accepted the Department of Defense Value Engineering Award.


ATI Lands New Award

ATI announced today that it has received a 6-month award from the U.S. Army Medical Research and Materiel Command (USAMRMC) to organize a new Medical Technology Enterprise Consortium (MTEC).