The Naval Shipbuilding and Advanced Manufacturing Center (NSAM) team has been recognized as a finalist for the 2019 Defense Manufacturing Technology Achievement Award for its achievements in the Technical Data Integration and Search (TDIS) project. The Joint Defense Manufacturing Technology Panel sponsors the award, which recognizes those responsible for outstanding technical accomplishments.
The power of collaboration comes from the community of experts who work together, and it results in a greater possibility of reaching the best solution.
Once you’ve identified the collaboration(s) that best fit your company’s technology capabilities and expertise, learn more about how to join.
You’ve done your homework on OTAs and now you’re ready to connect the dots. But how do you choose which OTA collaboration is best for your company to join?
The flexible contracting process under OTAs allows the government and industry to refine project ideas before beginning technical work.
The National Armaments Consortium (NAC), which ATI has managed since 2009, engages its membership and facilitates teaming by offering a diverse portfolio of collaboration opportunities.
Other Transaction Agreements (OTAs) offer agencies ready access to cutting edge technologies only available from companies that don’t typically work with the government.
ATI used a robust recruitment strategy to strategically expand the membership of the National Spectrum Consortium.