The National Armaments Consortium (NAC) is the largest collaborative organization working with the DoD to develop armament technologies in support of our nation’s security.
All of the DoD Services and Agencies engaged in armament technology development submit requirements for NAC members to propose technology solutions.
The NAC sponsors multiple collaboration events throughout the year so members can meet DoD technology requirement submitters to discuss their opportunities and for you to share your technology solutions with them and to network with other NAC members to develop teaming relationships.
Search the 900+ member (and growing) database for collaboration and partnering opportunities with traditional large companies, non-traditional companies, small companies, and academia.
The NAC is partnered with the DoD through three OTAs; the DoD Ordnance Technology Consortium (DOTC), the Aviation and Missile Technology Consortium (AMTC), and the Naval Energetic Systems and Technologies Consortium (NEST).
The NAC maintains an extensive Member’s Only Website that provides networking tools and information on the DoD’s armaments technology strategies, roadmaps, and detailed requirements.
DOTC issues monthly solicitations, AMTC releases tri-annually, and NEST releases semi-annually – only NAC members can respond to these.
The NAC, in support of its members, works tirelessly with DOTC and AMTC to cultivate DoD stakeholders to actively participate in our program.
The use of OTA agreements eliminates most of the FAR contracting delays, streamlining the process, and accelerating the development and delivery of combat capability.
Collaborate with DOD customers/stakeholders in defining requirements, innovating, and solving technology challenges through prototyping.
Use on-line training and other information resources to help you navigate the process.