- 10 U.S. Code 2371b: Provides authority to the DoD to carry out certain prototype projects
- DoD Policy: Defense Procurement and Acquisition Policy, within the Office of the Secretary of Defense, is the DoD point of contact for questions about the DoD policy regarding use of OTs to carry out prototype projects. Email the Office of the Deputy Director, DPAP, Contract Policy and International Contracting, regarding OTs to carry out prototype projects
- Review the DoD Other Transactions Guide: November 2018
OTA Resource Library
Your source for OTA information and insights
This list of key government resources and contacts will help you understand OTA research and prototyping programs.
- OTA 101 Webinar – ATI invites you to learn more about the world of OTAs and how you can get involved and bring your technologies to the federal market. Join a live, interactive OTA 101 webinar. Click here for dates and to register. You’ll learn:
• The history and components of OTAs
• How the consortium model promotes collaboration among the government, nonprofits, organizations of all sizes, and academic institutions
• How to get involved and find opportunities for research and prototype development
- Defense Acquisition University, Administration of Other Transactions (CLC 035): Web-based continuous learning module (approximately 1.5 hours to complete)
- OMB’s Max website: provides training resources and materials, including presentations, about OTs. Access to this information is restricted to those with DoD CAC cards
- AiDA/MITRE website: learn about Other Transactions and when to use them.
- Review currently operating OTAs to determine areas of interest.
- Contact the Consortium Management Firm for information on the consortium membership, activities, and solicitation processes. Click here for a list of contacts for ATI-managed OTA collaborations.
- Contact the Government sponsor’s Program Management Office regarding how to utilize the OTA.