ATI is proud to announce the creation of the Resilient Infrastructure + Secure Energy (RISE) Consortium™, a collaboration of industry and academic research institutions to identify challenges, needs, and opportunities in resilient power on behalf of the U.S. government.
ATI, NAC partner with Naval Surface Warfare Center Indian Head to tackle the Department of Navy’s energetics challenges
The NEST Program is a collaboration executed under an Other Transaction Agreement with the Naval Surface Warfare Center Indian Head Division.
The U.S. Partnership for Assured Electronics (UPSAE) and Advanced Technology International (ATI) are proud to announce the creation of the Defense Electronics Consortium (DEC).
National Spectrum Consortium wins $2.5B Spectrum Forward Other Transaction Agreement from Department of Defense
The DoD has awarded the Spectrum Forward Other Transaction Agreement (OTA) to the National Spectrum Consortium to accelerate the development, adoption and deployment of next-generation technologies.
Advanced Technology International welcomes accomplished intelligence & geospatial leader as Board Of Directors Chair
ATI is proud to welcome Joanne O. Isham as its Board of Directors Chair.
Advanced Technology International celebrates veteran team members with Department of Labor’s HIRE Vets Award
Advanced Technology International (ATI) is proud to have been awarded the U.S. Department of Labor's HIRE Vets Platinum Medallion for its commitment to recruit, employ and retain our nation's heroes.
In 2020, we celebrated our fourth consecutive year on the SC Best Places to Work list.
ATI’s Ashley Heffernan accepted into Charleston Metro Chamber Of Commerce’s Leadership Charleston Class Of 2021
ATI is proud to announce that Ashley Heffernan has been accepted to the Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce’s Leadership Charleston Class of 2021.
ATI has taken the One Region Ready pledge to prioritize the safety and protection of our team and our community.
These supplies will protect frontline healthcare workers and identify and treat those affected by the virus.