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NAC Collaboration Conversations Episode Four Featuring Charlie Zisette and James Miller

Check out the latest NAC Collaboration Conversations episode where NAC Executive Director, Charlie Zisette and NAC Chairman, James Miller of Dynetics discuss meeting the needs of the government customer while utilizing the open conversation opportunities that the NAC’s OTA provides….

Armaments Consortium Launches New Path to Field High-tech Prototypes

The National Armaments Consortium, along with the DoD Ordnance Technology Consortium and Army Contracting Command-New Jersey, is taking steps to fast-track their armament prototyping efforts, it was announced Thursday. A year after the Army’s high-profile reorganization to more quickly field cutting-edge weapons…

NAC Newsletter- August 2020

This month, the National Armaments Consortium will achieve a major milestone, as we join with our partners at DOTC and CC-NJ, to announce details of a new process and path forward with the government. We are very excited about this moment…

OTA Growth Drives More Innovation

New analysis released earlier this year from Bloomberg Government indicates federal government spending on other transaction authority agreements has soared in recent years and that trend could be accelerated by the response to COVID-19. This shift in approach is taking place because,…

NAC Collaboration Conversation: Episode Three Featuring Charlie Zisette and Dan Roup

In the third episode of the NAC Collaboration Conversation series, Charlie Zisette, Executive Director of the NAC, is joined by Dan Roup, of Carpenter Technology. Together they discuss the importance of materials in helping the government achieve breakthrough designs. Click…

NAC Collaboration Conversation: Episode Two Featuring Charlie Zisette and Joe Buzzett

In the second episode of the NAC Collaboration Conversation series, Charlie Zisette, Executive Director of the NAC, is joined by Joe Buzzett, Chief Technology Officer at General Dynamics Ordnance and Tactical Systems. Click and watch a brief discussion on utilizing…

NAC Collaboration Conversation: Featuring Charlie Zisette and Noel McCormick

In the first episode of the NAC Collaboration Conversation series, Charlie Zisette, Executive Director of the National Armaments Consortium, is speaking with Noel McCormick, President of the aerospace and defense engineering firm McCormick Stevenson Corporation. Click HERE to view the…

Collaboration Is the Key to Rapid and Effective Prototyping to Support Our Warfighters

The world of armaments is in a period of tectonic change, and the United States must continue to be at the cutting edge of technological development. This is true whether we’re talking about artificial intelligence and machine learning, energetics, unmanned…

NAC Newsletter- June 2020

I am pleased to report that both the DOTC and AMTC programs are doing very well. Below is a summary of DOTC funding received year-todate. In May, both DOTC and AMTC had 8 new awards each. The listing of the…

NAC Newsletter- April 2020

I hope this newsletter finds you well and that you and your loved ones are safe amid the pandemic. March was an unprecedented month, not just for the National Armaments Consortium, but for our entire industrial base. I have had…

NAC TWITTER FEED

In the latest NAC #CollaborationConversation episode, @NACExecDir, is joined by Steve Dart, V.P. of R & D, Munitions & Govt at Day & Zimmermann.

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.@TIME has named @GenCQBrownJr Jr one of the 100 most influential people in the world. #TIME100

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What is the @NACConsortium? The #NAC is a team of our Nation's leading technologists, #engineers, #designers, #scientists, #manufacturers, and #programmanagers across industry, #academia and our Nation's laboratories - but above all we are #patriots.
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As scientists and technologists, our challenge is to provide an unfair technological advantage over our adversaries.—Catherine Marsh, director, IARPA #IntelSummit20

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