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.
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.
National Spectrum Consortium Announces Awards for Advancing the use of Electromagnetic Spectrum Technologies
The demand for use of the electromagnetic spectrum is ever-increasing because of its ability to stimulate US innovation and economic growth and its promise to assure US military superiority.
The Forging Defense Manufacturing Consortium (FDMC) announced new leadership of its Executive Advisory Board (EAB) at a recent board meeting.
ATI today announced that their “American Metalcasting Consortium – Castings for Improved Defense Readiness” Program won a Defense Manufacturing Achievement Award at the 2015 Defense Manufacturing Conference in Phoenix, AZ, December 1, 2015, for the development of new welding procedures and post-weld heat treatments that restore the mechanical properties of welded areas to the mechanical properties of the base metal, allowing steel items like armor to be thinner (lighter weight) and more reliable (less failures).
ATI today announced that the National Armaments Consortium (NAC) has elected two new Executive Committee members, Joe Buzzett and Kurt Oschman.
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).
ATI today announced that the company’s Senior Vice President, Kevin Carpentier, represented the United States’ delegation at the recent Chairmanship Meeting of the global Intelligent Manufacturing Systems program (IMS).
ATI today announced that the National Spectrum Consortium (NSC) has entered into a 5-year, $1.25B, Section 845 Prototype Other Transaction Agreement (OT) with U.S. Army Contracting Command-New Jersey (ACC-NJ).
For the second year, ATI’s wide-area situational awareness software, Alastar, was utilized during the Cooper River Bridge Run to ensure emergency personnel had a complete and accurate picture of activities occurring before, during and after the race.